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Broadway Season Statistics

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The following table is a summary of League statistical information for Broadway shows from the 1984-85 season to the present.

Season Gross (by millions)* Attendance* Playing Weeks** New Productions
2012-13  $1,139  11.57  1,430  46 
2011-12  $1,139  12.33  1,522  41 
2010-11  $1,081  12.53  1,588   42 
2009-10  $1,020  11.89  1,464  39 
2008-09  $943  12.15  1,548  43 
2007-08  $938  12.27  1,560  36 
2006-07  $939  12.31  1,509  35 
2005-06  $862  12.00  1,501  39 
2004-05  $769   11.53  1,494  39  
2003-04   $771   11.61  1,451   39 
2002-03   $721   11.42  1,544  36  
2001-02   $643   10.95  1,434   37  
2000-01   $666   11.89  1,484  28 
1999-00   $603   11.38  1,460  37 
1998-99  $588  11.67  1,441  38 
1997-98  $558  11.48  1,442  33 
1996-97  $499  10.57  1,349  37 
1995-96  $436  9.46  1,146  37 
1994-95  $406  9.04  1,120  32 
1993-94  $356  8.11  1,066  38 
1992-93  $328  7.86  1,019  34 
1991-92  $293  7.38  905  38 
1990-91  $267  7.32  976  30 
1989-90  $282  8.04  1,070  39 
1988-89  $262  8.06  1,108  33 
1987-88  $253  8.13  1,113  30 
1986-87  $208  7.07  1,039  41 
1985-86  $190  6.53  1,041  34 
1984-85  $209  7.34  1,078  33 

*Attendance figures in millions. Beginning with the 2009-10 season, "Gross" represents gross gross and "Attendance" represents total attendance. For seasons prior, these numbers represent net gross and paid attendance, respectively.

**Playing Weeks are calculated by counting the number of weeks during which each show performed in a given year, and then adding together each show's subtotal to determine the overall number of weeks of performance logged by all shows. The result is the best measure of Broadway's productivity (overall activity).