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‘Merrily’ exits on a high note while Broadway reaches highest capacity since March

For the week ending July 7, the 27 currently running productions grossed $31,930,996.

(L-R) Lindsay Mendez, Jonathan Groff and Daniel Radcliffe in “Merrily We Roll Along” on Broadway, 2023 (Credit: Matthew Murphy)

Broadway’s box office saw a dip in both gross and attendance during week seven of the 2024-2025 season. In a week that encompassed the July 4 holiday and three fewer productions playing than the week prior, the 27 currently running shows earned a collective $31,930,996. This represents a decrease of 8.2% from the week ending June 30. Attendance saw a smaller decrease, dropping 5.4% to 250,342 admissions. Despite these drops, capacity in theaters went up 2.8 percentage points, filling available seats to 95.63%, the Main Stem’s highest capacity figure since the week ending March 31.

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