Lena Horne Theatre | New York, New York
Meet the ill-fated queens of Henry VIII for a insane night at the Lena Horne Theatre as SIX: The Musical makes its way on Saturday 4th May 2024! Initially debuted in 2017 in Britain, this innovative production transitions over to America offering a set of 80-minute shows crafted and directed by the celebrated duo Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. Taking cues from musicians like Adele and Ariana Grande, the Tony Award-winning score of SIX offers energetic tunes such as “Ex-wives,” “Get Down,” and “Don’t Lose Ur Head.” The cast includes Hailee Kaleem Wright, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, Bella Coppola, Nasia Thomas, Zoe Jensen, and Taylor Iman Jones as the self-important king’s previous loves. These strong women, every one as fearless as the rest, will captivate you in a dynamic celebration packed with melodies and declarations intending to transform soft murmurs into booming proclamations of empowerment. Join your voice in rebellion with these funky queens belonging to the 16th century! Purchase your tickets immediately for SIX: The Musical on Saturday 4th May 2024 at the Lena Horne Theatre, found in New York!
Misfortune has cast its shadow upon them, and they shall not tolerate it quietly! Drag your friends for a night of frantic pop melodies and tragicomedy on Saturday 4th May 2024 as SIX: The Musical dominates the platform of the Lena Horne Theatre!
"EXACTLY THE KIND OF ELECTRIFYING AND ENCOURAGING ENLIGHTENMENT THIS CITY LONGS FOR. THE BROADWAY THEATER SEASON JUST TURNED ELECTRIFIED." - The Washington Post.
The half-dozen ex-wives of Henry VIII are engaging in a showdown in a grand empowering display of sixteenth-century spousal drama infused with 21st-century glitz and glamour. Listen to these fabulously stylish divas belt out an unique score that won a Tony Award, abounding in wit and humorous bits, featuring songs like "Heart of Stone," "Get Down," and "All You Wanna Do."
In a recent interview last March, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, the actor portraying Anne Boleyn, emphasizes the show's commitment to inclusivity and societal equality:
"It's critical that when audiences come to experience the show, they witness full-figured women, they see more melanin-rich women like myself, they notice a array of ethnicities represented… If art fails to mirror what is happening at this moment in the world, it ceases to be authentic art. [Our show is a] music-based performance that inspires individuals to gain a new outlook, a musical venture that enables individuals to realize that their voice carries weight."
When making a statement, always finish it with a mic drop. That's precisely the way the SIX queens of Tudor proceed at the Lena Horne Theatre, right in New York, on Saturday 4th May 2024. Available seats won't stay - book your spot now!