August 30, 2010

Late Summer Broadway Box Office Remains Strong for Jersey Boys

August 30th, 2010

On Broadway, JERSEY BOYS grossed $1,014,108 and had a 98.7% attendance rate for the week ending August 29, 2010. JB was one of only four shows last week that remained in the millionaire’s club. The 21 shows on the boards grossed $16,139,305, slipping just under 7% from the previous week.

Below are the Top 10 Grosses from for the week ending August 29, 2010.

  1. Wicked $1,664,108
  2. The Lion King $1,546,227
  3. Jersey Boys $1,014,108
  4. Billy Elliot: The Musical $1,006,495
  5. Promises, Promises $985,433
  6. Mary Poppins $920,251
  7. Memphis $841,523
  8. Mama Mia! $830,277
  9. The Phantom of the Opera $774,626
  10. The Addams Family $764,231

1 Comment »

  1. I was born and raised on the Jersey shore along with such people as the Boss. But everyone knew Frankie’s music at the time music ruled. We lived in a time of no color or race it was the music the ruled. My favorite was Rag Doll and by by baby. Each song told a story of the time we lived and learned. Those were the years of hopes and dreams even a young President was elected. But music brought a generation together and it still does today. Jersey is home and the people are all family. My youngest daughter returned from Afghanistan and took me to the show Jersey Boys and she said she remembered the songs from movies not the artist. Well I have her the lesson and I sang along with each and every show as that was my time. The young man Taylor played Frankie’s part and he was great and I even got to meet him and the other four seasons.

    Comment by Jackie — September 9, 2010 @ 12:17 pm

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