CHART TOPPERS, Second Week of September

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Weekly spotlight on the most-read, most-seen and most-listened-to works.


Week of September 7-September 13, 2009
(Data provided by The Broadway League)

Wicked (Gerswhin Theatre), $1,406,548
Billy Elliot (Imperial Theatre), $1,375,553
Jersey Boys (August Wilson Theatre), $1,134,039
The Lion King (Minskoff Theatre), $1,105,598
West Side Story (Palace Theatre), $934,060

God of Carnage (Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre), $874,694
A Steady Rain (Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre), $767,663
Hamlet (Broadhurst Theatre), $236,145
The 39 Steps (Helen Hayes Theatre), $198,148

Week of September 6-September 12, 2009
(Compiled weekly by

  • STAGE TO SCREENS: "Glee" on TV: Michele & Morrison.
  • Addams Family Now in Rehearsal; Full Cast Announced.
  • Seeing Double: A Preview of the Fall 2009 Broadway Season.
  • Director Carlyle Announces Changes for Finian's Rainbow; Box Office Opens Sept. 8.
  • Bye Bye Birdie, With Stamos, Gershon, Irwin, Houdyshell and Trimm, Returns to Broadway.
  • Broadway Rush and Standing Room Only Policies.
  • Broadway Grosses: Aug. 31 - Sept. 6.
  • ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: Still Out There in the Dark (and Light).
  • Lauren Bacall to Receive Honorary Academy Award.
  • Schedule of Upcoming Broadway Shows.
    September 19, 2009
    (Results from

  • Wicked, Original Broadway Cast Recording
  • Jersey Boys, Original Broadway Cast Recording
  • Mamma Mia!, Original Cast Recording
  • Hair, The New Broadway Cast Recording
  • Next To Normal, Original Broadway Cast Recording
    Week of September 4-September 10, 2009
    (Results from

  • "The Final Destination": $17,617,861 (weekly gross); $52,757,858 (total gross)
  • "Inglourious Basterds": $17,567,244 (weekly gross); $97,762,852 (total gross)
  • "All About Steve": $16,012,385 (weekly gross); $16,012,385 (total gross)
  • "Gamer": $12,968,598 (weekly gross); $12,968,598 (total gross)
  • "District 9": $10,643,343 (weekly gross); $104,917,464 (total gross)
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