The Denzel Washington-led revival of Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh, which officially opened April 26 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, brought in $1,108,336 at the box office over seven performances for the week ending May 6. This was the first time the four-hour drama, directed by George C. Wolfe, reached seven figures.
Others in the Millionaire's Club included Aladdin ($1,342,283), Carousel ($1,172,416), Come From Away ($1,180,366), Dear Evan Hansen ($1,656,795), Frozen ($1,689,302), Mean Girls ($1,461,049), My Fair Lady ($1,040,959), Springsteen on Broadway ($1,928,605 over four performances), Summer ($1,053,826), The Book of Mormon ($1,099,944), The Phantom of the Opera ($1,035,350), and Wicked ($1,493,289).
The limited engagement of The Boys in the Band, which began previews April 30, also brought in seven figures, earning $1,008,097.
The highest-grossing productions of the week were the Pulitzer Prize-winning Hamilton ($3,101,303), the long-running, Tony-winning The Lion King ($2,116,907), and the Tony-nominated Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ($2,104,905).