Broadway Grosses: Crowds Flock to See Tony Winner Myles Frost in MJ | Srtalent


Myles Frost in “MJ”
(Photo: Matthew Murphy)

Fresh Tony winner Myles Frost is starting something, and audiences are flocking to the Neil Simon Theatre to see it. MJ celebrated multiple sold-out performances this week and packed in audiences to 100.4 percent capacity. Tony-winning musical A Strange Loop broke the Lyceum Theatre box office record for a standard eight-performance week by raking in $860,496. Meanwhile, The Music Man star Hugh Jackman is back in the production as Professor Harold Hill as the musical returns to the top slot by bringing in $3,234,018. 

Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending June 26.


1. The Music Man ($3,234,018)  

2. Hamilton ($2,273,932)     

3. The Lion King ($2,117,236)    

4. Wicked ($1,968,156)  

5. MJ ($1,681,671) 


5. Chicago ($524,957) 

4. POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive ($494,182)  

3. American Buffalo ($442,646) 

2. Paradise Square ($363,664) 

1. The Minutes ($251,171) 


1. MJ (100.39%)  

2. Six (100.35%)* 

3. Hamilton (99.90%) 

4. Plaza Suite (99.71%) 

5. The Lion King (99.68%)

UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)

5. Tina – The Tina Turner Musical (69.17%)  

4. Chicago (67.87%) 

3. The Minutes (59.95%)  

2. Paradise Square (57.94%) 

1. POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive (50.54%)  

*number based on seven performances

Source: The Broadway League

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