Grosses Analysis: 19 Shows Top $1 Million Over Holiday Week; Frozen Breaks 14-Year House Record

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: 19 Shows Top $1 Million Over Holiday Week; Frozen Breaks 14-Year House Record
 
Disney’s two other titles—The Lion King and Aladdin—also placed high on the Broadway box office over Easter.
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Caissie Levy, Patti Murin, Greg Hildreth, and cast Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Disney’s stage adaptation of Frozen set a new house record at Broadway’s St. James Theatre, grossing a total of $2,246,998 for the week ending April 1 (Easter Sunday).

The show surpassed The Producers’ 14-year record of a $1,600,243 gross over eight performances. (The 2007 holiday engagement of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! also surpassed this figure, though over 15 performances in a single week).

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

Disney’s The Lion King and Aladdin were also among the frontrunners of the week, with the former leading the pack with $3,092,152 over nine performances.

In all, 19 shows reached seven figures, including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which grossed $1,589,033 (114.28 percent of its potential) over six performances, and Broadway’s longest-running production: The Phantom of the Opera, which played its highest-grossing week of the year with $1,605,070 (surpassing its potential by 18.33 percent).

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