On January 8, the Netherworld exited Broadway when Beetlejuice played its final performance, and audiences flocked to the Marquis Theatre to say goodbye. The musical, which is now touring across the country, earned top spots in both grosses and capacity by bringing in $2,146,200 and filling the theater to 101 percent capacity. Meanwhile, Hadestown Tony nominee Patrick Page played his final performance as Hades, filling the Walter Kerr Theater to 100.79 percent capacity. A slew of Broadway productions also took final bows on January 8, including 1776, Almost Famous and Into the Woods.
Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending January 8.
*Number based on four regular performances.
Source: The Broadway League