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Broadway Grosses: Josh Groban Makes a Fiery Debut as Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 Begins Performances

Broadway Grosses: Josh Groban Makes a Fiery Debut as Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 Begins Performances

The Great Comet has landed. In its first week of previews, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 joined the Millionaire's Club on the Great White Way. The new musical, starring Josh Groban and Denée Benton in their Broadway debuts, grossed $1,141,919 (115.35% of its potential) in eight preview performances. The production was a few seats ...

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Broadway Grosses: School of Rock Enters Its Sophomore Year at the Top of the Class & Back in the Millions

Broadway Grosses: School of Rock Enters Its Sophomore Year at the Top of the Class & Back in the Millions

As School of Rock approaches its second year on Broadway—and prepares to welcome a new cast—Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest rock musical has kept its numbers at the top of Mount Rock. After a September slump with kids returning to their classrooms, the musical has bounced back up to seven figures, having grossed over $1 million for the second consecutive ...

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Disney Theatrical to Share Profits With Original Cast of Frozen Stage Adaptation

Disney Theatrical to Share Profits With Original Cast of Frozen Stage Adaptation

The reverberations continue after the producers of Hamilton agreed to share some of the megahit’s profits with the original company members, which emulated a voluntary agreement reached with the original cast of A Chorus Line in the 1970s. Broadway.com has confirmed with a production spokesperson that Disney Theatrical will now follow suit with its much-anticipated upcoming stage adaptation of ...

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Broadway Grosses: Liev Schreiber & Janet McTeer Lure in a Full House for First Performance of Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Broadway Grosses: Liev Schreiber & Janet McTeer Lure in a Full House for First Performance of Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Sometimes it pays to be dangerous. The new revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, starring Tony winners Liev Schrieber and Janet McTeer, played its first preview performance this past week to a full house. The production reached 100% capacity for its October 8 performance and grossed $105,177, making it just shy of hitting its full potential. Should it remain a ...

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Broadway Grosses: Aladdin Continues to Make Disney's Box Office Dreams Come True

Broadway Grosses: Aladdin Continues to Make Disney's Box Office Dreams Come True

While most new shows beginning this season are struggling to make a splashy first impression on the boards, Disney still managed to float above the rest. In last week's grosses, Aladdin saw a marginal bump from the previous week, grossing $1,310,768 and playing to 97.28% capacity. Meanwhile, The Lion King increased by $72,977, taking the runner-up spot ...

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Broadway Grosses: Even Before Opening, The Front Page Makes Headlines (Like This One)

Broadway Grosses: Even Before Opening, The Front Page Makes Headlines (Like This One)

The fall season is beginning to light up the marquees of Broadway, and instead of a splashy musical, it’s a classic play shining brightest. The revival of The Front Page began previews on September 20, and with just six shows under its belt, the starry production is poised to remain at the top for weeks to come, bringing in $921 ...

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Broadway Grosses: An American in Paris Leaps Back Ahead of Final Performance

Broadway Grosses: An American in Paris Leaps Back Ahead of Final Performance

An American in Paris will dance its fidgety feet off the Great White Way on October 9, but it’s still got rhythm (and some box office clout). The Gershwin musical grossed $959,422 this past week, marking an over $100,000 boost since the previous week and its best since May. Cats also landed on its feet this past week ...

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Tony-Winning Play The Humans Recoups Broadway Investment

Tony-Winning Play The Humans Recoups Broadway Investment

Stephen Karam's The Humans, starring Tony winners Jayne Houdyshell and Reed Birney, has recouped its $3.8 million investment; including the cost of the production's recent move from the Helen Hayes to the Gerald Schoeneld Theatre. As recently reported, the 2016 Tony winner for Best Play is scheduled to conclude its run on January 15, 2017.

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Broadway Grosses: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Has Still Got a Friend (A Bunch of Them, In Fact)

Broadway Grosses: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Has Still Got a Friend (A Bunch of Them, In Fact)

That lovin’ feeling isn’t lost just yet. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical celebrated at six-figure bump in this week’s box office report, reaching $901,959. The long-running favorite was just shy of hitting full capacity, reaching 99.71%. Meanwhile, the 2015 Best Musical Tony winner Fun Home played its final performance at the Circle in the Square Theatre on September ...

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Broadway Grosses: Curious Incident & Les Miz Bring Home the Cash in Final Weeks

Broadway Grosses: Curious Incident & Les Miz Bring Home the Cash in Final Weeks

The formal end of summer always marks the end of the run for a number of Broadway shows, and those productions departing the Main Stem early this month have seen a corresponding bump in the grosses over the past week. The Tony-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which closed on September 4, was up by a ...

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