Grosses Analysis: Frozen and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Approach Tony Awards With a Post-Holiday Bump

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Frozen and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Approach Tony Awards With a Post-Holiday Bump
 
The two Tony-nominated productions saw increases at the box office in the week after Memorial Day.
<i>Frozen </i>and <i>Harry Potter and the Cursed Child</i>
Frozen and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Deen van Meer/Manuel Harlan

As the 72nd annual Tony Awards approach, two nominated productions saw slight increases at the box office in the week following Memorial Day—a week that typically bring a post-holiday dip to most shows.

Disney’s Frozen grossed $1,813,959 (96.92 percent of its potential), while Harry Potter and the Cursed Child took in $2,035,104 (surpassing its potential at 102.35 percent).

Get an in-depth look at this week's grosses.

Additional shows up for awards on Broadway’s biggest night to reach seven figures were Mean Girls ($1,537,690), My Fair Lady ($1,202,754), and Summer ($1,008,392).

Leading the boards were usual suspects Hamilton ($3,123,872) and The Lion King ($2,184,714).

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