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Grosses Broadway Grosses Analysis: Company Finishes Strong With Best Week of Entire Run

The Sondheim revival ended its run at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre July 31.

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Broadway's Tony-winning revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Company, which ended its run at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre July 31, finished strong with the best week of its entire run, earning $1.19 million and playing to standing-room-only with 102.17% capacity.

Sondheim continues to be a big seller on the Main Stem, with Into the Woods also enjoying the best week of its run to date, taking in $1.94 million and playing to 99.49% full houses at the St. James Theatre. Cheyenne Jackson filled in for Gavin Creel this past week, playing Cinderella's Prince and the Wolf while Creel was playing a concert residency at The O’Neill National Musical Theatre Conference.

Elsewhere, the week saw much of the same performances we've come to expect from the current crop of Broadway shows: The Music Man remained the top money earner with $2.94 million with Hamilton and The Lion King in the second and third spots, respectively. Broadway houses are also continuing to stay mostly full. Company, Hamilton, and MJ each played to more than 100% capacity, with 10 additional productions keeping their houses 95% full or higher. The Kite Runner has continued to struggle, bringing in just $346,500 last week though filling The Hayes Theater 74%.

Take a look at the full report here.

 
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