A slate of 4 new productions and renewed curiosity in a few previous ones pushed Broadway box office up by 20% final week, with whole receipts for the 24 exhibits reaching $24,954,517 and attendance climbing 14% to 201,321 for the week ending September 18.

Among the newcomers: Death of a Salesman, (*24*), Cost of Living and Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt. Waving goodbye was Dear Evan Hansen and saying its upcoming departure was The Phantom of the Opera.

First, Hansen. The musical closed September 18, promoting out for its last week and grossing a giant $1,251,593. A run that started November 14, 2016, ended after having performed 1,678 performances. It won the Tony for Best Musical.

And whereas it was too quickly to see a lot of the Phantom hubbub on the week’s chart — the musical announced its February 18 closing on Friday, bringing an imminent finish to 35 years of music of the evening — the manufacturing noticed a noticeable uptick in receipts: $964,172, up $96,175 from the earlier week. Nearly 90% of the Majestic’s seats have been stuffed, a determine that little question will improve as the top nears. The manufacturing reportedly offered about $2 million prematurely gross sales within the 24 hours after the closing was introduced.

Also prone to see some upward momentum in coming weeks is Funny Girl, which dropped by a few half-million {dollars} with star Lea Michele out with Covid final week. Still, the newly buzzy revival grossed $1,136,518 however the star’s absence, and stuffed 84% of seats.

The 4 new exhibits weren’t but as much as their full eight-performance schedules final week, however attendance figures is likely to be telling. The Roundabout’s revolutionary revival of the musical 1776

— all the solid identifies as feminine, transgender and/or nonbinary — stuffed a powerful 91% of seats on the subscription-heavy venue, grossing $182,231 for 3 previews. Opening evening on the American Airlines Theatre is October 6.

Death of a Salesman, the heralded London manufacturing starring Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke, had one preview on the Hudson, filling 98% of seats and grossing $93,114. Opening evening is October 9.

Leopoldstadt had 5 previews on the Longacre, promoting 76% of its tickets for a $556,493 gross. Its opening evening is October 2.

Cost of Living, Martyna Majok’s 2018 Pulitzer Prize winner enjoying on the Friedman in a Manhattan Theatre Club manufacturing, had six previews, grossed $120,787 and stuffed almost 80% of seats. Opening evening is October 3.

Season to this point, Broadway has grossed $474,777,678, with whole attendance of three,702,991 at about 87% of capability.

The 24 productions reporting figures on Broadway final week have been 1776, Aladdin, Beetlejuice, The Book of Mormon, Chicago, Come From Away, Cost of Living, Dear Evan Hansen, Death of a Salesman, Funny Girl, Hadestown, Hamilton, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Into the Woods, The Kite Runner, Leopoldstadt, The Lion King, The Music Man, MJ, Moulin Rouge!, The Phantom of the Opera, Six, A Strange Loop and Wicked.

All figures courtesy of the Broadway League.

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