Joan Marcus, Associated Press
In this theater publicity image released by The Hartman Group, Erin Mackey portrays Glinda, left, and Dee Roscioli portrays Elphaba in a scene from the production of the musical, "Wicked."

NEW YORK (AP) — The Monday after a big holiday week on Broadway usually brings news of broken box-office records.

Thanksgiving week proved no exception, with several eye-popping grosses, particularly for "Wicked" at the Gershwin Theatre. Its producers say the musical prequel to "The Wizard of Oz" took in more than $2 million last week.

Other shows shattering house records were "The Lion King," with $1.69 million at the Minskoff Theatre, and "Billy Elliot," hauling in $1.57 million at the Imperial.

Prices, of course, have risen a bit since last year, and many shows raise them during specific holiday periods.

Stay tuned. More records will be broken during the lucrative Christmas-New Year's holidays.