Date > Run Summary > Run Summary

Selections:

  • Initial date range (effectively the performance date)
  • Production types
  • Production categories
  • Distributors
  • Projects
  • Departments
  • Exclude inactive productions (Yes/No)
  • Productions
  • Sale date range
  • Select the Hold Codes to include in capacity figures
  • Full or main price breakdown
  • Display performance detail (Yes/No)
  • Sort production (Prod ID/Start date/Title)

This report breaks down full or main price ticket sales, concessions and complementaries across a range of productions. 


The first five selections are geared toward narrowing the list of productions:

  • Initial date range
  • Production types
  • Distributors
  • Projects
  • Departments

For example, those with performances that fall within a certain date range and those that have certain characteristics, defined by their type, category, department and association to a project.


Once the list is narrowed, a sale date range is selected. By default, the from date on the calendar will display the date of the first sale for the selected productions, which allows you to capture all sales (to the current date and time) for the selected productions. You can also target a specific date range.


Information included is:

  • Seating capacity (the number of seats available for each performance)
  • Total sold (all paid tickets)
  • Financial capacity (the sum of the maximum available seat price for all seats in the performance)
  • Ticket yield (the sum of all tickets sold, where Paid = Y)
  • Accounting code
  • Summary data for gross, net and sales tax

Ticket types are:

  • Full price sales are sales where the ticket sale price equals the maximum ticket price charged for a seat.
  • Main price sales are sales where the ticket sale price equals the default seat price according to the pricing plan for the performance.
  • Comps are tickets where the sale price is 0.
  • Concession sales are sales where the ticket sale price does not equal the full or main price and is not a comp.
  • Unpaid sales are tickets booked but not paid.

For each ticket type, a count is given, together with the value and percentage of all tickets sold.