The Prom

The Prom

Broadway
Musical
Original
Starring Tony winner Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone) and Tony nominees Brooks Ashmanskas (Something Rotten!) and Christopher Sieber (Shrek the Musical), The Prom is a new Broadway musical comedy about the power of love—and a good 11 o'clock number. With a book by Bob Martin (The Drowsy Chaperone) and Chad Beguelin (Disney's Aladdin) and a score by Matthew Sklar (The Wedding Singer, Elf the Musical) and Beguelin, The Prom comes to Broadway in a production directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon). The show had its world premiere production in 2016 at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre.

SYNOPSIS: We’ve got trouble, folks, right here in Indiana and when Broadway’s brassiest hear a student is unceremoniously sidelined from a small-town Indiana prom—and the press is involved—they are ready to kick-ball-change the world.

SCHEDULE:
January 21 - February 10 - Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @2pm and 8pm, Thursday @7pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @3pm

February 11 - 17 - Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @8pm, Thursday @7pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @2pm and 7:30pm

February 18 - April 28 - Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @2pm and 8pm, Thursday @7pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @3pm
People (248)

QUICK STATS

(as of Jan 13, 2019) Total Current Gross: $6,455,933 Highest Weekly Gross: $936,581 (Week Ending Dec 30, 2018)   Average Ticket Price: $78.41 Average % Capacity: 84.7%

Grosses

Week Ending Week Number This Week Gross Potential Gross Diff $ Avg Ticket Top Ticket Seats Sold Seats in Theatre Perfs Previews % Cap This Week Diff % cap
Jan 13, 2019 33 $623,622.60 $1,102,800.00 $5,805.15 $87.46 $247.00 7130 1045 8 0 85.29% -0.10%
Jan 6, 2019 32 $617,817.45 $1,102,800.00 -$318,764.15 $86.54 $247.00 7139 1045 8 0 85.39% -8.99%
Dec 30, 2018 31 $936,581.60 $1,245,875.00 $353,200.90 $105.52 $247.00 8876 1045 9 0 94.38% 18.27%
Dec 23, 2018 30 $583,380.70 $1,113,250.00 -$16,649.30 $91.68 $247.00 6363 1045 8 0 76.11% -2.32%
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