‘MJ’, ‘A Strange Loop’ & ‘Six’ Among Big Post-Tony Box Office Winners

MJ And a weird loop The week following the June 12 ceremony saw the glory of the Tony Awards as the box office boomed. MJ A jump of $216,921 from the previous week reached a whopping $1,660,978. a weird loop Earned $845,313 for the week ended June 19, a jump of $168,998 from the previous week.

Both shows were virtual sell-outs, occupying over 99% of the seats in the week following their Tony win (among their victories, a weird loop was nominated for Best Music, and MJK Miles Frost won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role/Musical. Both productions featured Frost and . delivered impressive performance with weird loopThe Jackal of Spivey is giving a star-making network TV debut.)

Another Big Winner of the Week: The Musical six, which took Tonys home for the original score and costumes and, if not more importantly, gave a stellar performance during the ceremony. For its seven performances, the musical grossed $1,171,935, filling 99.5% of the available seats.

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Other Tony winners saw less notable financial gains, including companyNominated for Best Music Revival, Posting the closing notice of July 31st tonight Only 77% of available seats are on sale in the week following the awards. The musical, starring Katrina Lenk and Tony winners Patti LuPone and Matt Doyle, grossed $727,178 for the week, an improvement of $86,881 from the previous week.

Paradise Square Seen a remarkable jump, from $124,523 to $387,670, every penny was almost certainly responsible for a Tony win—and a show-stealing performance of Best Actress/Musical Joaquina Calucango’s “Let It Burn” anthem. Nevertheless, the musical, which did not impress most critics, filled only 64% of its available seats in the week following the Tonys.

Jackal Spivey, “A Strange Loop”
Mark J. franklin

Altogether, Broadway Box office total for the week ending June 19 was $29,523,307, a drop of nearly 7% from the previous week, a drop at least partly due to two fewer shows on the roster – 29 productions compared to last week’s 31 (how i learned to drive And take me out was closed last week).

Also taking a toll on the week’s receipts was the absence of Hugh Jackman (due to a positive Covid test). music: The hugely popular music revival declined $1,631,334, grossed $1,780,050 and filled only 71% of its typically sold home. Still, the revival hit a solid mark during the week: Gross ticket sales for the engagement so far surpassed $100M.

strange girl, Another recent Covid-hit production, took in $1,131,490, rebounding from $14,795 as star Benny Feldstein returned for a partial week of performances, while her late september announcementR departure.

In his last week’s performance, executioner earned $358,976, while Girl from the north country Took $342,228.

From the season so far, Broadway has grossed $124,014,910 with total attendance of 961,115 at approximately 83% capacity.

Reporting figures of 29 productions on Broadway last week Aladdin; American buffalo; Beetle Juice; Book of Mormon; Chicago; come from afar; company; Dear Evan Hansen; funny girl; Girl from the north country; Hadestown; Hamilton; hangman; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; The Lion King; Macbeth; MJ; minutes; Moulin Rouge!; Mr. Saturday night; music Man; Paradise Square; the Phantom of the Opera; Plaza Suite; POTUS; six; a strange loop; Tina; And devil.

All figures courtesy of Broadway League.