January 23, 2006

Jersey Boys Box Office Has Another Successful Week

January 23rd, 2006

For the week ending 1/22/06, Jersey Boys continued to do well at the box office, grossing $893,540 with 9,252 tickets sold. For a second week in a row, while several other Broadway productions lost double-digit percentages of their audiences (particularly Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, down 28.3%), Jersey Boys was down only 0.5% at 94.6% capacity.

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  1. Jersey Boys moved past Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Mamma Mia into 5th place among the top-grossing plays, and it trailed The Color Purple by less than $11,000 even though CP had nearly 4,000 more tickets available for sale for the week because it’s in a much larger theater. Jersey Boys is once again the top jukebox musical. By the measure of box-office power I prefer (revenue per seat), Jersey Boys ($91.40 per seat) moved past Spamalot ($89.11) into third place among the hottest shows, trailing only The Odd Couple ($96.44) and Wicked ($92.35) Jersey Boys is the only one of the top shows to show and increase in revenue per seat last week.

    Comment by calexan — January 24, 2006 @ 12:14 am

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