Grosses Analysis: Beetlejuice Surpasses Million Dollar Mark at Broadway Box Office

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Beetlejuice Surpasses Million Dollar Mark at Broadway Box Office
 
The new musical had its highest-grossing week since performances began at the Winter Garden Theatre in March.
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Matthew Murphy

The new musical Beetlejuice marked its 100-performance milestone at the Winter Garden Theatre last week with its highest box office gross to date, surpassing the million dollar mark with a take of $1,036,333 for the week ending July 21.

The newly-arrived Moulin Rouge! also continued to climb at the box office, earning $1,724,492 for a seven-performance week at The Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Fans flocked to the Baz Lurhmann stage adaptation, which played to 105 percent capacity in its second week of performances.

Click here for an in-depth look at this week's grosses.

Heidi Schreck’s Tony-nominated What the Constitution Means to Me also reported its best take in its eighth week on Broadway, with a gross of $537,001—playing to 99.83 percent capacity at the Hayes Theatre.

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