Ben Crawford and Emilie Kouatchou in "The Phantom of the Opera" (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

A handful of shows that will soon be shuttering saw jumps at the box office last week, leading to an overall increase in earnings.

For the week ending Sept. 25, the 24 Broadway productions running grossed $26,367,421 and played to nearly 93% capacity. These figures are up 6% and 1.6%, respectively.

”The Music Man,” “Hamilton” and “MJ” were the three highest-grossing productions, while “Come From Away,” “MJ” and “The Phantom of the Opera” were the only productions playing to 100% capacity.

In its penultimate week on Broadway, “Come From Away” saw a 9% increase at the box office, earning $943,561. 

On the heels of announcing a final performance of Feb. 18, 2023, “Phantom” grossed $1,205,363 — a 25% increase from the week prior.

“Beetlejuice” also enjoyed a better week at the box office following news that the musical will end its Broadway run. The show saw a 14% increase in gross, earning $1,063,970, and played to 91% capacity, up 9%.

Following the return of Lea Michele after a bout with COVID, “Funny Girl” saw a 44% increase at the box office. The musical earned $1,640,370 and played to 98% capacity, up 14%.

Five productions remained in previews last week, including “1776,” “Cost of Living,” “Death of a Salesman,” “Leopoldstadt” and “The Piano Lesson.”