Broadway Box-Office Analysis: November 28-December 4

Box Office   Broadway Box-Office Analysis: November 28-December 4
 
Total box office grosses dipped following Broadway’s lucrative Thanksgiving week.
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Following a record Thanksgiving week take of $35,280,351 (for the week ending November 27), Broadway box office figures dipped to $29,035,902 with a falloff in increased premium and holiday ticket pricing. Theatres were 82.94 percent full.

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However, the new musical A Bronx Tale, which opened December 1 at the Longacre Theatre, had its best week yet, bringing in $723,675. It’s a promising figure during a week that included several press performance and an entirely comped opening night.

The biggest dip of the week was Hamilton, which saw a $1,026,829.75 post-Thanksgiving drop at box office (after commanding a top premium ticket price of $998 the week prior). It still came out on top, earning $2,233,259, more than any other show.


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