Broadway Grosses

Broadway Grosses: Back to Reality
Following the box office bonanza of the Memorial Day holiday, this week's Broadway grosses adjust back to normal level.
Broadway Grosses Slightly Down for 2012-2013
Broadway shows brought in $1.14 billion this season, on par with last season, even though attendance was way down.
Broadway Grosses: Bette Laughs Last
Bette Midler's Broadway Return, I'll Eat You Last, is now charging the second-highest average ticket price on Broadway.
Broadway Grosses: The Lion of Broadway
Well into its fifteenth year, Disney's The Lion King roars to the top of the Broadway summit.
Broadway Grosses: Filling the House
While Book of Mormon, Motown, and Lucky Guy are regularly playing to standing room crowds, there are plenty of empty seats (and deals to be had) on Broadway.
Broadway Grosses: $194.86 to See Singing Mormons
Having a high average ticket price doesn't necessarily translate into being a top-grossing show, but it helps.
Broadway Grosses: The Easter/Passover Bump
As the weather heats up, so do ticket sales as thirteen shows grossed over $1 million last week.
Broadway Grosses: The Top Ten Hold Strong
Speaking of "holding strong," Hands on a Hardbody grosses almost 10 percent more than the previous week.
Broadway Grosses: Motown Ousts Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons From the Top Ten
Motown: The Musical went platinum in its first week of previews, knocking Jersey Boys out of the running.