“A Strange Loop” grossed $955,591 over the course of its final eight performances, marking a 93% increase from the previous week. It was the Tony Award-winning musical’s highest-grossing week of its run. The Pulitzer winner also broke the box office record for the Lyceum Theatre, besting the previous record of $954,054 over nine performances set by the 2019 revival of “A Christmas Carol.”
For the week ending Jan. 15, the 29 Broadway productions running grossed $33,859,988, down 9%. Capacity was at 93%, up 1% from last week.
The three highest-grossing shows were “The Music Man,” “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Hamilton.”
Seventeen productions played to 95% capacity or greater, while four played to 80% or less. All shows played to at least 71% capacity.
Six productions gave their final performance on Jan. 15: “A Strange Loop,” “Death of a Salesman,” “Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool,” “Ohio State Murders,” “The Music Man” and “Topdog/Underdog.”
“The Music Man” grossed $3,589,149 in its final week, an increase of 14%. The production played to greater than 100% capacity.
“Death of a Salesman” saw a 28% gross increase last week. The Arthur Miller play had its highest-grossing week, earning $914,407. The revival played to 98% capacity, also the highest of its run.
“Ohio State Murders” also had its best financial week ahead of closing. The play earned $641,977, up 78% from last week, and played to 94% capacity, up 56%.
Another production, “Topdog/Underdog,” also had its highest-grossing week. The revival earned $572,922, up 43% from last week, and played to 93% capacity, up 27%.
“Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool” took in $762,803 during its final week, up 17%, and played to 97% capacity, up 9%.
“The Collaboration,” which on Tuesday announced a third extension, grossed $351,840 last week, up 18%. The new play, which also had its highest-grossing week, played to 83% capacity.
“Pictures From Home” began previews at Studio 54 and officially opens on Feb. 9.
For a complete look at this week’s Broadway grosses, visit Broadway Business.