Several Tony-nominated plays and musicals struggled at the box office last week as the annual awards ceremony draws closer.
“Leopoldstadt,” tied for the most nominated play of the season, grossed $555,824, down 7% from the previous week, and played to 59% capacity, down 10%. “Good Night, Oscar,” which plays a seven-performance schedule, also saw significant declines in grosses and attendance. The production earned $550,970, down 24%, and played to 59% capacity, down 18%. Both plays had the least full audiences across the Main Stem.