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Broadway Grosses: Tony-Winning Pippin Has Plenty More Box Office-Breaking Magic to Do

Broadway Grosses: Tony-Winning Pippin Has Plenty More Box Office-Breaking Magic to Do
The cast of 'Pippin'
'Wicked' took the lead in box office receipts the week ending November 11.

The Tony-winning revival of Pippin is definitely still doing magic on Broadway. The musical broke the house record at the Music Box Theatre this week, taking in the highest-grossing single performance at $149,158 on November 9. So, what else happened on the Main Stem, you ask? Well, Billy Crystal's Tony-winning one-man show 700 Sundays returned for its limited nine-week engagement, and Il Divo: A Musical Affair along with the Mark Rylance-led stagings of Shakespeare's Richard III and Twelfth Night officially opened on the Great White Way. Meanwhile, as you might have guessed, the Wicked-Mormon-King trifecta remained expectedly triumphant.

Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending November 11:

FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)
1. Wicked ($1,864,819)
2. The Book of Mormon ($1,767,155)
3. The Lion King ($1,705,540)
4. Kinky Boots ($1,671,806)
5. Motown the Musical ($1,333,883)

UNDERDOGS (By Gross)
5. A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder ($354,837)
4. Romeo and Juliet ($343,802)
3. The Snow Geese ($264,903)
2. The Winslow Boy ($264,605)
1. A Time to Kill ($230,794)

FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)
1. The Book of Mormon (102.63%)
2. Kinky Boots (100.36%)
3. Betrayal (100.00%)
4. Wicked (99.94%)
5. The Lion King (98.51%)

UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)
5. First Date (70.18%)
4. Big Fish (67.28%)
3. The Winslow Boy (66.25%)
2. A Time to Kill (62.20%)
1. Romeo and Juliet (42.46%)

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