To Kill a Mockingbird Smashed Broadway’s Highest-Grossing American Play Record

Aaron Sorkin’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” which is originally inspired by a classical novel by Harper Lee in 1960, has hit the charts. Only after two weeks of performances the musical has become one of the highest earning American play in Broadway’s history.

The musical according to the source report, has earned total 1.702 million dollars in its second week, breaking the record of “All the Way,” the Bryan Cranston-led drama starring Lyndon Johnson of 1.623 million dollars. Cheap To Kill a Mockingbird tickets are available in discount price.

The Highest Grossing Broadway Play is still held by the well-liked “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” which has been earning more than 2 million dollars per week. The play debuted in U.K and consists of two parts, following a grown-up Harry and his youngest son, Albus Severus Potter, who is to start at the famous Witchcraft and Wizardry School Hogwarts.

According to the source report, the “To Kill a Mockingbird” set the record in the last week of December which is a fairly busy time for Broadway. The Play premiered since 1st of November, 2018 while it officially opened at 13th of December, 2018 at the Shubert Theatre. The story follows a white lawyer Atticus Finch played by Jeff Daniels, hired for rape case of a white women residing in Alabama while the convict is a black man.

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