Atwood Concert Hall | Anchorage, Alaska
Are you an avid history fan? Or maybe you have never seen a Broadway show before? Either way, you will surely enjoy Six the Musical, the performance the media is already calling the unrivaled Broadway Musical you can see in 2024. Raw talents, relentless energy, and exciting plot that will keep you at the edge of your seat are just three of the magnificent features you should expect. So when Six the Musical arrives with their multi-award winning, and box office smashing musical, truly the finest talent will be on stage. So don’t miss out! Get your tickets before they sell out! Click the Buy Tickets button and skip the queues!
Misfortune has cast its shadow upon them, and they won't accept it quietly! Round up your buddies for a night out of frantic pop melodies and bittersweet humor on Tuesday 20th February 2024 as SIX: The Musical takes over the performance area of the Atwood Concert Hall!
"EXACTLY THE KIND OF INVIGORATING AND INSPIRING ENLIGHTENMENT THIS CITY LONGS FOR. THE BROADWAY THEATER SEASON JUST TURNED ELECTRIFIED." - The Washington Post.
The sextet ex-wives of Henry VIII find themselves facing off in a grand empowering display of 16th-century marital affairs enhanced by 21st-century glitz and glamour. Hear to these wickedly fashionable divas belt out a truly original score that won a Tony Award, overflowing with cleverness and funny moments, 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 societal equality:
"It's crucial that when people come to experience the show, they witness shapely women, they observe more melanin-rich women like myself, they take note of a array of ethnicities presented… If art can't reflect what is occurring right now in the world, it ceases to be genuine art. [Our show is a] music-based performance that empowers individual persons to adopt a new point of view, a musical experience that allows individuals to recognize that their voice carries weight."
When voicing an opinion, always finish it with an impactful conclusion. That's precisely the way the SIX queens of Tudor proceed at the Atwood Concert Hall, right in Anchorage, on Tuesday 20th February 2024. Empty seats won't endure - secure your spot without delay!