Jo. Benn
"By all accounts, the show, which will play in the 1,900-seat Foxwoods Theatre ... will need to bring in about $1 million a week to break even. But to make its unprecedented investment back, it will need to run at capacity for two to three years, at the very least."

Apparently only about a quarter of Broadway shows recoup their initial investment. It's now grossed a gross of millions $144 million. I know absolutely nothing about this kind of thing, but assuming that it really is a million a week to break even, that means that they've gotten back 40 out of 75 million.