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Broadway Box Office: ‘Great Comet’ Says Goodbye

A rainy Labor Day weekend brought a minor rise to the Broadway box office, with most individual shows  upticking and “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” going dark after a high-grossing but ultimately unprofitable run. “Great Comet” ($1,183,228) climbed more than 20% (about $200,000) thanks to last-minute business, hurrying in to see the… Read more »


Source: Variety Feed

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