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Broadway Grosses: The Lion King Reigns at the Box Office Now & Forever

first_img Related Shows View Comments The Lion King became the third-longest running show in Broadway history this past week, surpassing another show about a herd of felines (titled—appropriately enough—Cats). And even after over 7,500 performances, the Mouse still has the boards on lockdown. The Disney tuner claimed the top spot in the grosses, earning $1,640,663. Joining it in the top five were usual suspects Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Wicked and Aladdin. The Tony-winning Jersey Boys celebrates a milestone of its own this week as it reaches its tenth anniversary; though it has appeared in the bottom five by capacity in recent weeks, buzz around this achievement may pick it up, albeit temporarily.Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending November 1:FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)1. The Lion King ($1,640,663)2. Hamilton ($1,595,089)3. The Book of Mormon ($1,377,010)4. Wicked ($1,346,650)5. Aladdin ($1,243,826)UNDERDOGS (By Gross)5. Fool for Love ($332,883)4. Sylvia ($295,650)**3. Spring Awakening ($287,833)2. Dames at Sea ($143,007) 1. Hand to God ($142,966)FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)1. The Book of Mormon (102.39%)2. Hamilton (101.50%)3. China Doll (99.20%)*4. The Lion King (97.01%)5. Aladdin (96.08%)UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)5. Jersey Boys (62.84%)4. Dames at Sea (62.56%)3. Les Miserables (56.89%)2. Spring Awakening (51.21%)1. Hand to God (36.63%)* Number based on seven preview performances** Number based on one preview performance and seven regular performancesSource: The Broadway League The Lion King from $75.00last_img

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