'Springsteen On Broadway' Makes A Tidy Sum Its First Week

The Boss, who announced his intimate run on Broadway in August, beat out nearly all productions other than Hamilton and Hello, Dolly!
The Bruce Springsteen Marquee for Springsteen on Broadway, which sold out immediately and brought in impressive first-week receipts. / Walter McBride / Getty Images

The receipts from 's are in. The Boss, over five sold-out performances, grossed $2.33 million — or about $466,000 per night. The (with $2.92 million in gross earnings) and (with $2.34 million in gross earnings), to The Broadway League.

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