Broadway productions celebrated the end of 2018 by shredding box office records like so much confetti, with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and To Kill a Mockingbird setting all-time weekly ticket sale highs for, respectively, a play and an American play.

Potter, the two-part play that premiered in London, took in $2,525,850 at the 1,622-seat Lyric Theatre for the week ending Dec. 30, while Mockingbird, at the 1,435-seat Shubert, grossed $1,701,683.

Disney’s trio of productions – the musicals Aladdin, Frozen and The Lion King – broke house records with, respectively, $2,584,549, $2,624,495 and $3,696,974.

The National Theatre production of Network broke its own previous house record at the Belasco with $1,367,012.

Also breaking its own house record, Mean Girls, at the August Wilson, took in $1,994,386.

And The Illusionists – Magic Of The Holidays became what its producers say is the best-selling magic show in Broadway history with a weekly box office at the Marquis Theatre of $2,978,348.

Deadline will update this post with a full weekly box office report later this afternoon, as numbers from the Broadway League become available.