Lena Horne Theatre | New York, New York
Meet the ill-fated queens of Henry VIII in a crazy night at the Lena Horne Theatre as SIX: The Musical descends on Wednesday 25th October 2023! Originally debuted in 2017 in Britain, this groundbreaking production crosses over to America showcasing a series of 80-minute shows crafted and directed by the celebrated duo Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. Taking cues from performers like Adele and Ariana Grande, the acclaimed with a Tony Award score of SIX offers energetic tunes such as “Ex-wives,” “Get Down,” and “Don’t Lose Ur Head.” Taking the stage includes Hailee Kaleem Wright, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, Bella Coppola, Nasia Thomas, Zoe Jensen, and Taylor Iman Jones as the proud king’s former loves. These strong women, every one as courageous as the rest, will draw you in in a dynamic party packed with melodies and declarations intending to turn soft murmurs into booming proclamations of empowerment. Raise your voice in rebellion with these cool queens belonging to the 16th century! Book your place immediately for SIX: The Musical on Wednesday 25th October 2023 at the Lena Horne Theatre, situated in New York!
Misfortune has cast its shadow upon them, and they shall not accept it silently! Round up your buddies for an evening of crazed pop music and tragicomedy on Wednesday 25th October 2023 as SIX: The Musical graces the performance area of the Lena Horne Theatre!
"EXACTLY THE KIND OF INVIGORATING AND ENCOURAGING ENLIGHTENMENT OUR CITY LONGS FOR. THE BROADWAY SEASON JUST BECAME ELECTRIFIED." - The Washington Post.
The sextet ex-wives of Henry VIII stand engaging in a showdown in a uplifting presentation of sixteenth-century spousal situations imbued with 21st-century glitz and glamour. Hear to these wickedly fashionable divas belt out a original score that earned a Tony Award, abounding in wit and comic relief, featuring songs like "Heart of Stone," "Get Down," and "All You Wanna Do."
In an earlier interview last March, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, the actor portraying Anne Boleyn, emphasizes the show's dedication to inclusivity and community equality:
"It's vital that when people come to witness the show, they see shapely women, they observe darker-skinned women like myself, they observe an array of ethnicities presented… If creative expression cannot mirror what is taking place in the present in the world, it isn't to be real art. [Our show is a] musical that encourages individuals to gain a different point of view, a music-centered journey that allows individuals to understand that their opinion matters."
When voicing an opinion, always conclude it with an emphatic gesture. That's exactly how the SIX queens of Tudor proceed at the Lena Horne Theatre, right in New York, on Wednesday 25th October 2023. Available seats don't stay - secure your spot without delay!