Hofler, Robert
September 2008
Variety;9/29/2008, Vol. 412 Issue 7, pA1
Trade Publication
This article reports that theatrical productions on tour across the U.S. will spend short periods of time in each city they visit in an effort to maximize profits. It is stated that more than thirty percent of road grosses came from three productions in the 2007-2008 season, "Wicked," "The Lion King," and "Jersey Boys."


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