Broadway box office and ticket prices slip as productions continue winter discounts; ‘Phantom’ is again the top earner

Absence from discounts, winter promotions, benefits performance and the now discontinued list of hard earners piano lessons The Broadway box office added up to a slide for the week ending Feb. 5, down nearly 9% from the previous week to $23,518,702.

Total attendance fell just 5% (to 195,520), with smaller average ticket prices ($120.29 compared to the previous week’s $124.43) biting receipts. 19 of the 22 shows on the week’s roster reported box office declines, though most shows filled more than 90% of their seats.

He was again at the top of the list phantom of the opera, is approaching its April 16 closing date after 35 years on Broadway. Last-Chancers Fills the Majestic, Last Week’s Box Office Takes $2,616,850, Outpacing Runners-Up funny girl ($1,801,068) and Hamilton ($1,695,202) by a noticeable margin. (Hamilton(The Wednesday matinee was a special performance for students.)

There was less than 90% retention mark Something like hot (72.7%, $741,939); cooperation (76.6%, $286,472); And A beautiful sound, blue diamond musical (88.4%, $1,019,210). Next Production has announced the release of a new block of tickets through January 7, 2024.

Opening this weekend (February 9), Pictures from homeStarring Nathan Lane, Danny Burstein and Joe Wanamaker, it filled nearly 92% of its seats at Studio 54, grossing $432,278.

Between Riverside and CrazyCommon featured in its Broadway debut, grossing $382,452, filling 95.7% of the seats at the Hayes, even while offering simulcast performances through February 12 (simulcast tickets are not included in these box office figures).

To date, Broadway has grossed $1,111,937,746, with a total attendance of 8,574,121 about 87.6% of its capacity.

All statistics courtesy of Broadway League. For complete box office listings, visit the league’s website.

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