Broadway’s $26M B.O. Dips 10% Post-Labor Day; Starry ‘Betrayal’, ‘The Great Society’, ‘Derren Brown: Secret’ Pitch In

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Broadway box office was down nearly 10% from the previous week’s Labor Day holiday tourist bulge, with the 25 productions grossing a total $25,965,471. Attendance of 224,402 was steady with the prior week, though should have been better: The roster count was up by two over the previous week’s 23 shows.

Just about every production on the roster, though, reported a box office slip from the week before, not surprising given the back-to-earth post-holiday frame (figures reflect the week ending Sept. 8).

A few newcomers helped a tad, though opener Betrayal, the gloriously reviewed Harold Pinter revival starring Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox, reported a modest dip due to the Sept. 5 opening night comps and the week’s press seats. The production took in $623,475, a negligible .5% slip, with attendance at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre at 7,718, a strong 93% of capacity.

Beginning previews was the much-anticipated The Great Society, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan
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