The long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will play its final performance next month.
Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford are leading the Sondheim revival at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with Thomas Kail directing.
Previews of the Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry musical's revival were met by neo-Nazi protesters.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical and the Jessica Chastain-led revival both began previews last week.
The long-running Kander and Ebb revival welcomed the two-time RuPaul's Drag Race winner last month.
The Richard Greenberg revival closed things out with the highest-grossing week of both of the production's recent Broadway runs.
The Phantom of the Opera and Funny Girl have become Broadway's highest-grossing shows.
After a holiday high and a spate of show closings, cumulative grosses fell to $25.8 million.
With shows closing, cumulative grosses fell to just under $34 million.
The first full week of 2023 took cumulative Broadway season grosses past $1 billion.
Audiences flocked to Broadway shows the week between Christmas and New Year's, delivering the best week on Broadway since before the pandemic.
Overall, the holiday week's reduced schedule led to a dip in receipts on the Main Stem.
Current star Lea Michele has helped the Broadway revival break the all-time house record at the August Wilson Theatre.
The musical played its final performance at Circle in the Square Theatre December 11.
Receipts fell overall following a Thanksgiving week-high, even as The Phantom of the Opera continues to play to sold-out houses.
Funny Girl enjoyed the highest-grossing week of its run even as star Lea Michele was sidelined.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will end its historic run on Broadway in February.
Broadway's box office continued its upward trajectory with the highest-grossing week since May.
The Neil Diamond biomusical stars Will Swenson at the Broadhurst Theatre.
The comedian's The Old Man and the Pool filled the Vivian Beaumont in its first week of previews.
Glee star Lea Michele continues to draw crowds, with the revival enjoying the highest-grossing week of its run.
Plus, it was standing room only at four Broadway musicals.
Broadway saw its best performing week in more than two months.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will end its record-breaking run in February 2023.
Also: audiences are flocking to see The Phantom of the Opera before its historic run comes to a close.
The Tony-winning musical played its final performance on Broadway September 18.
The revival at the August Wilson Theatre was the third highest-grossing production of the week.
It was also a good week for MJ The Musical, which broke the box-office record at the Neil Simon.
The Meredith Willson revival, starring Tony winners Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster, continues its box-office domination.
With The Music Man on hiatus, receipts were down nearly 20% overall, despite 90% of seats being filled.
Summer attendance is holding firm at just below 90%, with a cumulative average ticket price of $129.
Broadway filled nearly 90 percent of its seats last week, bringing in $27.7 million cumulatively.
The Sondheim revival ended its run at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre July 31.
The Music Man, The Lion King, and Hamilton remain Broadway's top earners, with the Meredith Willson revival again bringing in more than $3 million.
Broadway's total receipts soared to $28.8 million last week, with attendance remaining strong at 85%.
The Music Man was again Broadway's top-grossing production, taking in nearly $3.3 million.
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