Lena Horne Theatre | New York, New York
New York, New York is proud to welcome Six the Musical for their Saturday Saturday 18th November 2023 performance. This record-setting show has finally returned to one of the favorite cities in the country and you can only see this once-in-a-lifetime Broadway performance at the world famous Lena Horne Theatre. Created by friends Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, Six unfolds as part musical, part all-out pop performance driven by the vocally diverse cast. Each of the six wives, pigeonholed by childhood slogan “divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived”, take centre stage to tell their tale. Ultimately, they declare themselves more than a rhyme, and more than just the wives of an infamous King. You won’t get another chance to see this fantastic musical as most of their tour is already sold-out. So clear your calendars and make sure your Saturday Saturday 18th November 2023 night is free so you can treat yourself to this memorable performance. To purchase your tickets today, click that Buy Tickets button below.
Fortune has turned its gaze upon them, and they will not tolerate it silently! Drag your friends for an evening of crazed pop music and tragicomedy on Saturday 18th November 2023 as SIX: The Musical graces the platform of the Lena Horne Theatre!
"EXACTLY THE KIND OF ENERGIZING AND STIMULATING ENLIGHTENMENT OUR CITY LONGS FOR. THE BROADWAY PERFORMANCE SEASON JUST GOT ELECTRIFIED." - The Washington Post.
The sextet ex-wives of Henry VIII find themselves facing off in an inspiring display of 16th-century spousal situations enhanced by 21st-century stylish sophistication. Hear to these fabulously stylish divas belt out an original score that won a Tony Award, laden with humor 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, highlights the show's commitment to inclusivity and community equality:
"It's crucial that when viewers come to witness the show, they encounter curvaceous women, they witness more melanin-rich women like myself, they observe a array of ethnicities represented… If creative expression cannot reflect what is happening right now in the world, it isn't to be genuine art. [Our show is a] music-based performance that empowers people to adopt a new outlook, a music-centered experience that permits folks to understand that their expression carries weight."
When expressing oneself, always conclude it with an emphatic gesture. That's just how the SIX queens of Tudor operate at the Lena Horne Theatre, situated within New York, on Saturday 18th November 2023. Unoccupied seats do not last - reserve your spot today!