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BROADWAY THE HITS WAY: Before we get into the weekly Broadway receipts, we have news from the Great White Way: Alanis Morissette is creating a Broadway musical, which will include songs from her smash 1995 debut, Jagged Little Pill, among others. Which means we may finally learn the answer to the musical question, "Would she go down on you in a theater?" Producer Vivek J. Tiwary (Green Day's American Idiot), Arvind Ethan David of Slingshot Productions and  Career Artist Management chief Jordan Feldstein will bring this Pill to the stage. Now let's take a look at this week's  Broadway grosses.

1. The Lion King $1.80m
2. The Book of Mormon $1.77m
3. Wicked $1.72m
4. Kinky Boots $1.67m
5. Motown: The Musical $1.46m
6. Matilda $1.28m
7. Betrayal $1.25m 
8. The Phantom of the Opera $1.04m
9. Jersey Boys $968k
10. Pippin $957k 

In other stage news, rehearsals for the Duck Dynasty musical Why a Duck? ended abruptly today when everyone suddenly ran outside. Silver lining: There's possum for dinner! (10/21p)

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