Samuel L. Jackson in "The Piano Lesson" (Photo: Julieta Cervantes)

The sharp decline in grosses Broadway experienced throughout the month of January appears to have leveled out.

For the week ending Jan. 29, the 23 shows running grossed $25,705,039, a decrease of just 0.5%. Capacity was at 94%, an increase of 0.7% from last week.

The three top-grossing productions were “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Funny Girl” and “Hamilton.” Thirteen shows grossed over $1 million.

Fourteen productions played to 95% capacity or greater while just three played to 80% or less. Notably, all productions played to at least 77% capacity.

In the final week of its Broadway run, “The Piano Lesson” grossed $1,259,306, up 11%. The August Wilson revival played to 100% capacity.

Nearing the end of its run, “Take Me Out” saw a gross increase of 16%. The drama earned $631,247 and played to 86% capacity.

“Phantom,” which celebrated its 35th and final anniversary on Broadway last week, grossed $2,483,532, up 12%. The musical played to 100% capacity.

“Pictures From Home” began previews on Jan. 13 at Studio 54; the new play officially opens on Feb. 9. Broadway Week began on Jan. 17 and continues through Feb. 12.

For a complete look at this week’s Broadway grosses, visit Broadway Business.