The Broadway transfer of Jez Butterworth’s West End hit The Ferryman, which celebrated its official opening at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre October 21, grossed $902,456 for the week ending October 28.
The Lifespan of a Fact, which opened a few days earlier—October 18 at Studio 54—took in $985,138. Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale star in the latter under the direction of Leigh Silverman.
The only non-musical production to gross more was the London import Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which earned $2,060,777.
The revival of My Fair Lady, which welcomed Tony winner Laura Benanti into the leading role October 23, grossed $1,184,426, up $18,557 from Tony nominee Lauren Ambrose's final week in the acclaimed production.
Several productions are currently in previews, including Torch Song, which opens November 1; American Son, which opens November 4; King Kong, which opens November 8; The New One, which opens November 11; and The Prom, which opens November 15.