The Band’s Visit reaped the benefits of its decisive victory in the week following the 2018 Tony Awards. The musical grossed $1,069,845 in the week ending June 17, its first after picking up ten awards—including Best Musical—at the 72nd annual ceremony June 10. The musical last reached seven figures in January.
After taking home the award for Best Play (plus five additional wins) at the Tonys, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child once again broke the record for the highest-grossing week for a play in Broadway history, taking in $2,277,446, surpassing its performance the week ending April 8.
Get an in-depth look at this past week's grosses here.
Additional shows to break house records included Three Tall Women at the Golden Theatre with $1,077,919 following wins for stars Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf, and Mean Girls, setting a new record for an eight-performance week with $1,572,996.
Angels in America and Once On This Island also celebrated box office bumps after winning Best Revival of a Play and Best Revival of a Musical, respectively. The former was just shy of reaching $1 million, grossing $994,108, while Once On This Island was up over $80,000 from the week before with $617,297. Both reached 73 percent of the their gross potential.