Bandstand, which began performances March 31, earned $757,431—its highest gross of the run and an increase of $217,724 from the previous week—in its final eight performances. It also surpassed 100-percent capacity for the first time.
While Groundhog Day didn’t reach the $900,000 mark as it last did in the week leading up to the Tony Awards, the musical surged to $892,581. In recent weeks, the new musical had floated around the mid-$600,000s with a few occasional spikes. The Andy Karl-led show played to 92.2-percent capacity in its last set of performances.
Meanwhile, two box-office mainstays grossed over $2 million: Hamilton, which was just shy of hitting $3 million at $2,932,511, and Hello, Dolly!, which once again shattered the Shubert Organization record with $2,322,114.