Grosses Analysis: To Kill a Mockingbird, Network Hot Tickets; Harry Potter Is Highest-Grossing Play in Broadway History

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: To Kill a Mockingbird, Network Hot Tickets; Harry Potter Is Highest-Grossing Play in Broadway History
 
Several non-musicals are playing to capacity audiences on Broadway.
 Aaron Sorkin
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Several non-musical productions are becoming hot tickets on Broadway.

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Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s beloved novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, brought in $1,336,030 for the week ending December 2, playing to 100.64 percent capacity. The Bryan Cranston-led Network, which officially opens December 6 at the Belasco, played to 100.2 percent capacity, earning $1,097,763.

Additionally, last season's Tony-winning Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brought in $2,024,213. Its continued top marks has led to it becoming the highest-grossing non-musical play in Broadway history, earning over $75 million since beginning performances in March.

Click here for an in-depth look at this week's grosses.

Not far behind these three plays was another London import—The Ferryman—which earned $967,901 at 86.1 percent capacity last week.

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