Grosses Analysis: Broadway’s Frozen Rages On, Surpassing $2 Million

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Broadway’s Frozen Rages On, Surpassing $2 Million
 
The Disney musical opened in March at the St. James Theatre.
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John Riddle, Andrew Pirozzi, Brooklyn Nelson, Mattea Conforti, Greg Hildreth, and Jelani Alladin Disney

Elsa, Anna, and even Olaf seem to be doing just fine in the summer heat as grosses for Broadway’s Frozen continue to rise. The Disney musical grossed $2,079,471 (102.1 percent of its potential) for the week ending July 8—its best week since April.

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

The musical, which began performances in February, was less than two points shy of reaching full capacity at 98.6 percent.

Disney’s two other current Broadway offerings remained in top slots on the board, with The Lion King grossing $2,493,708 (with only Hamilton above it) and Aladdin taking in $1,601,459—both up from the week before.

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