Broadway Box-Office Analysis: November 7-13

Box Office   Broadway Box-Office Analysis: November 7-13
 
Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth closed her Broadway concert engagement on a high note.
Kristin Chenoweth
Kristin Chenoweth and Special Guest Andy Karl Bruce Glikas/Playbill

Broadway pulled in a total of $28,880,196.45 for the November 7-13 week, with a total of 32 productions currently running. Overall houses were 87.05 percent full, and theatregoers paid an average admission of $107.22.

Kristin Chenoweth drew crowds in her second and final week of performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Her critically-acclaimed concert engagement, My Love Letter to Broadway, made $1,003,264.50 with a 92 percent capacity.

Down the street at the Imperial Theatre, the new musical Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (starring Josh Groban) is already playing 97 percent capacity (and grossing $,038,142.52) ahead of its November 14 opening night.

READ COMPLETE BROADWAY GROSSES FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 7-13

The Tony-winning hit Kinky Boots continued to see an increase in attendance with the addition of YouTube sensation Todrick Hall, who joined the cast as Lola on November 1. The show pulled in $888,130.75.

At the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Waitress delivered a Saturday night house record, drawing $160,589 for the November 12 evening show—the best ever for any show at that theatre. Overall, Waitress brought in $924,695.70 for the week.

With the approaching holidays, Roundabout’s new Irving Berlin musical Holiday Inn had its best week yet, earning $563,604.50.

Broadway welcomed the addition of the new a cappella musical In Transit November 10. With five performances under its belt, it took in $180,893.15 at Circle in the Square. The show played 95.87 percent capacity at the intimate venue.

Hamilton continues to dominate the Broadway box office, playing to 101.78 percent capacity and bringing in $2,452,745.50.

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