Broadway field workplace closing week rebounded from the former week’s slip, gaining 13% in receipts and 10% in attendance. In all, the 20 productions grossed $22,375,926.
Paid attendance for the week finishing March 13 was once 168,999, representing about 85% of to be had seats stuffed. The common price tag worth was once $132, up a couple of dollars from the former week.
New to the roster was once Take Me Out, the revival of the Richard Greenberg play on the Helen Hayes Theater. Directed via Scott Ellis and starring Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams, the manufacturing started previews March 10, with a gap night time set for April 4.
Take Me Out is likely one of the first arrivals of what’s going to be an overly busy season for Broadway, with 15 different displays set to open via April.
Season so far, Broadway has grossed $541,893,534, with general attendance of four,359,153 at about 81% of capability.
Productions reporting performances on Broadway all the way through the week finishing March 13 had been Aladdin; The Ebook of Mormon; Chicago; Come From Away; Corporate; David Byrne’s American Utopia; Expensive Evan Hansen; Hadestown; Hamilton; Harry Potter and the Cursed Kid; The Lion King; MJ; Moulin Rouge! The Musical!; The Tune Guy; The Phantom of the Opera; Plaza Suite; Six; Take Me Out; Tina; and Depraved.
All figures courtesy of the Broadway League, which, by contrast to earlier years, isn’t liberating field workplace figures for person displays this season because of the affect of Covid on taking part in schedules and different statistics.