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BROADWAY THE HITS WAY
The Top 10 Highest Grossing Shows in NYC

Everyone's a millionaire on Broadway this week on the heels of the 69th annual Tony AwardsThe Lion King remains on top for another week with just north of $2m, as Matilda breaks back into the Top 10.

1. The Lion King $2.10m
2. Wicked $1.95m
3. Aladdin $1.59m
4. The Book of Mormon $1.49m
5. An American in Paris $1.40m
6. Something Rotten! $1.18m
7. Finding Neverland $1.17m
8. The Audience $1.17m
9. The King and I $1.11m
10. Matilda $1.06m

In loosely stage-related news, you must listen to The Audience star and Tony-winner, Dame Helen Mirren, eloquently read excerpts of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s methods of torture. For context, John Oliver requested that she help create an audiobook for Last Week Tonight. We particularly enjoy how the phrase "rectally infused" just rolls off the tongue.

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