Grosses Analysis: Hamilton Surpasses $3 Million Once More, Securing Top Spot in Broadway Box Office

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Hamilton Surpasses $3 Million Once More, Securing Top Spot in Broadway Box Office
 
The week ending March 4 also welcomed Carousel and Lobby Hero to the boards.
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Though most Broadway shows took a dip in the past week before the spring season picks up, the juggernaut Hamilton still managed to gross over $3 million; with $3,070,115 (and an average ticket price of $285), Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical held onto the top spot across the boards.

Dear Evan Hansen celebrated its unofficial “reopening” night for new star Taylor Trensch March 1; the Tony-winning musical grossed almost 114 percent of its potential at $1,620,676.

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

The Chris Evans-led Lobby Hero and the revival of Carousel started performances the week ending March 4, playing to 90.2 and 83.4 percent capacity, respectively.

Numbers for both perennial favorites and new arrivals have the potential to climb as the season continues; warmer weather, spring breaks, and escalating awards buzz season traditionally bring the box office an uptick in mid-late March.

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