Grosses Analysis: Anastasia and Kinky Boots Get a Boost Ahead of Final Broadway Performances

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Anastasia and Kinky Boots Get a Boost Ahead of Final Broadway Performances
 
The two musicals end their runs on the Great White Way this spring.
Anastasia_Broadway_Production_Photos_2017_[6090]_Christy Altomare in ANASTASIA on Broadway, Photo by Matthew Murphy, 2017_HR.jpg
Christy Altomare Matthew Murphy

As they approach their final weeks on Broadway, two musicals celebrated a box office uptick as audiences clamor for one last chance to catch the shows.

Anastasia, which bids adieu/do svidaniya March 31 at the Broadhurst Theatre, grossed $681,938 in the week ending March 10, up $124,458 from the week prior. The stage adaptation of the animated film was also up by capacity, reaching 82 percent.

Meanwhile, the Land of Lola leaves the Al Hirschfeld Theatre April 7 as the long-running, Tony-winning Kinky Boots closes after six years on Broadway. At $762,504, the musical saw a boost of over $150,000, with its capacity in turn climbing to a lucky 77.7 percent.

Click here for an in-depth look at this week's grosses.

Leading the pack was Hamilton, which remained above the $3 million mark; just under $2 million were Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and The Lion King.

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