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‘Grey House,’ ‘New York, New York’ see substantial increases in final week as overall box office keeps steady

For the week ending July 30, the 28 currently running productions grossed $31,189,129.

A scene from “Grey House” (Credit: Jeremy Daniel)

In its concluding week on Broadway, “Grey House” had its highest-grossing and second-most-well-attended week. The new play earned $644,100, an increase of 56%, and played to 99% capacity, up 19%.

Also through its last eight performances, “New York, New York” grossed $914,748, up 33%, in its highest-grossing week since the one ending June 18 following the Tony Awards. The musical played to 85% capacity, up 16%, in its most-well-attended week since May 21.

Overall, for the week ending July 30, the 28 currently running productions grossed $31,189,129, down 1% from the previous week. Capacity was at 91%, up 2%. These numbers are comparable to this week last year — week 10 of the season — when the 24 running productions grossed $29,502,148.

The highest-grossing production was “The Lion King,” which took in $2,813,794 through a planned nine-performance week. “Wicked” (which also played nine performances last week) and “Hamilton” rounded out the top three at $2,139,425 and $1,873,209, respectively. Meanwhile, the lowest-grossing production was “The Shark Is Broken,” which grossed $207,873 through six previews.

Twenty-one productions played to 90% capacity or greater, while “A Beautiful Noise” and “Once Upon a One More Time” both played to less than 60%.

“Parade” broke the nine-performance house record at the Jacobs Theatre again with its highest-grossing week yet. The Tony Award-winning revival grossed $1,527,937, an 18% increase from last week. The production previously broke the nine-performance house record during the week ending July 16 when it earned $1,344,466.

In its first full week post-opening night, “Here Lies Love” grossed $913,999 through eight performances, up 20%. The new musical played to 99% capacity, down 1%.

“Good Night, Oscar” saw its highest gross for the third straight week. The play earned $863,772, up 4%, and played to 90% capacity, also up 4%.

Closing in on the final weeks of its run, “Funny Girl” grossed $1,672,811, an increase of 27%. The musical played to 94% capacity, up 13%.

“The Cottage” opened on July 24. “The Shark Is Broken” began previews on July 25. “Back to the Future” remained in previews. “Grey House” and “New York, New York” played their final performances on July 30.