In addition to the aforementioned international hits, the British producer solely owns the rights to Miss Saigon, which will be returning to Broadway in 2017, and Les Misérables, which concludes its latest run on The Great White Way in September. About the latter, Mackintosh told Forbes, "Only after Les Misérables did people realize that you could [make] more money in musicals than in movies."
The 69-year-old producer is also the owner of eight theatres in the West End and has a 75 percent share of the Broadway licensing organization Music Theatre International. "You never know when money is going to come, when it's going to go... I'm more surprised than anyone," he said.
Mackintosh's next venture will likely be producing the London production of the New York stage hit Hamilton.