Only five weeks remain for Bradley Cooper’s run in The Elephant Man on Broadway. Since it debuted back in December, the revival of The Elephant Man has been one of the most in demand Broadway tickets. The show will run until February 22 at the Booth Theatre.
In the eight performance week ending on December 28, The Elephant Man broke the box office record for the Booth Theatre with a gross of $1,058.547. It was the first week the theater had brought in a $1 million week. The previous record was set by Bette Midler’s “I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers,” which grossed $865,144.
On the secondary market, the average price for The Elephant Man tickets is $405 through the end of the run. The most expensive date for the show comes on Sunday, January 25. The average price for that performance is $478.89. The second to last performance of the show is the second most expensive with an average price of $472.25.
Two shows have an average price below $370. Both will come in the first week of February. A 7pm showtime on Tuesday, February 3 has an average price of $360.94, the least expensive remaining show of the run. A day later, an 8pm show on February 4 has an average price of $364.31.