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‘Fat Ham,’ ‘The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window’ have highest-grossing weeks as box office grows

For the week ending June 25, the 32 productions running grossed $34,004,232.

Adrianna Mitchell, Chris Herbie Holland and Marcel Spears in “Fat Ham” (Credit: Joan Marcus)

Two productions in their penultimate weeks on Broadway had their highest-earning eight-performance weeks yet. “Fat Ham” took in $471,505, up 21% from the prior week. Capacity was at 98%, up 7%. “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” grossed $633,207, up 29%, and played to 75% capacity, up 14%.

Overall, for the week ending June 25, the 32 productions running grossed $34,004,232, an increase of 3%. Capacity was at 90%, up 2% from the previous week.

Fifteen productions played to 95% capacity or greater, while only two played to less than 70%.

“The Lion King,” “Wicked” and “Hamilton” were the three top-grossing productions.

On the heels of its Best Play Tony win and entering the final two weeks of its run, “Leopoldstadt” is seeing significant growth at the box office. The production grossed $1,130,746, an increase of 22%. Capacity was at 95%, up 11%. This marks the first time since the week ending Dec. 11, 2022, that the Tom Stoppard play has broken the $1 million mark at the box office.

“& Juliet” posted its highest-grossing eight-performance week for the second consecutive week. The new musical grossed $1,401,919, up 5%, and played to 100% capacity.

“Parade” also had a strong week. The Best Musical Revival Tony winner grossed $1,298,261, up 11%. Capacity crept up 0.16% to 99%.

“Once Upon a One More Time” opened on June 22. “Just For Us” began previews and opened on June 26. “Here Lies Love” remained in previews.

For a complete look at this week’s Broadway grosses, visit Broadway Business.