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The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Maggie Lacasse, Elysia Cruz, Jaz Robinson, Julia Pulo, Krystal Hernández, Lauren Mariasoosay. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus.

The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Maggie Lacasse, Elysia Cruz, Jaz Robinson, Julia Pulo, Krystal Hernández, Lauren Mariasoosay. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus.

The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Krystal Hernández, Julia Pulo, Jaz Robinson (centre), Maggie Lacasse, Lauren Mariasoosay and Elysia Cruz. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Lauren Mariasoosay, Maggie Lacasse, Krystal Hernández (centre), Elysia Cruz, Julia Pulo and Jaz Robinson. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

Maggie Lacasse in the Toronto Production of SIX. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Jaz Robinson, Julia Pulo, Maggie Lacasse, Lauren Mariasoosay (centre), Krystal Hernández and Elysia Cruz. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

The cast of the Toronto Production of SIX. (L-R) Maggie Lacasse, Jaz Robinson, Elysia Cruz (centre), Lauren Mariasoosay, Krystal Hernández and Julia Pulo. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

Julia Pulo (centre) with Jaz Robinson in the Toronto Production of SIX. Photo credit: Joan Marcus.

SIX The Musical

Dates

Must end May 26, 2024

Theatre

Royal Alexandra Theatre

260 King St W, Toronto
ON, M5V 1H9

Performance Schedule

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 7:30PM
Friday & Saturday: 8PM
Wednesday: 1:30PM
Saturday & Sunday: 2PM

Running time

80 minutes (no intermission)

Rush Tickets

A limited number of same-day tickets may be available. Tuesday - Friday $59-$69 / Saturday & Sunday $69.

$29 SAME-DAY STUDENT RUSH TICKETS

A limited number of $29 student same-day rush tickets may be available for sale at the box office on the day of select performances:

SING-ALONG PERFORMANCE

Do you want to sing along to your favourite Queen’s song? Well now you can! The next SIX in the 6ix sing-along is happening on Tuesday, April 23, 7:30PM. So pick up your pen and microphone and get your tickets today

 

Advisory

As a pop-concert-inspired musical, please note that performances of SIX include flashing lights, strobe effects, theatrical haze and loud music throughout.

This production contains strong language and examines mature themes including sexual references, infidelity and discussions of personal trauma. Recommended for ages 10+.

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Real-time Closed Captioning/Audio Description right to your own personal mobile device. Available for all performances. Visit the GalaPro page for more info.

Accessibility Services

For assistance booking special access seats or for information about our Accessibility Services, please call 1.800.461.3333.

Merchandise

SIX Toronto merchandise available in-theatre

Groups

For Group savings on 10-29 tickets, book online or call 1.800.461.3333 for assistance. Restrictions and blackout dates apply. Groups of 30+, please call for assistance.

Six
Connect with the Show
Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived.

From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over!

SIX won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical.

The New York Times says SIX “TOTALLY RULES!” (Critic’s Pick), and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

QUEEN OF THE MONTH
SIX
is proud to shine a spotlight on individuals who are making a positive impact in the world! If you know someone from the six boroughs of Toronto who deserves recognition, nominate them to be a Queen of the Month! Selected Queens will be featured on our social media channels and will be treated to a performance of SIX.

SIX REIGNS SUPREME. EYE-POPPINGLY FUN. SMART, THRILLING & INSPIRING - Glenn Sumi, The Globe & Mail
SIX is a royal TEN! - Andria Case, CTV
Singing, dancing and fashion? Now, THIS is the way to learn her-story! - Melissa Grelo, CTV The Social
Hilarious, Powerful and Joyous! - Andrea Bain, CTV The Social

THE QUEENS OF SIX TAKE THE CROWN. THE EXUBERANT CAST WITH ROOF-RAISING VOCAL ABILITIES BOUNCES AROUND THE STAGE WITH TIK-TOK-WORTHY PRECISION TO CARRIE-ANNE INGROUIELLE’S VIBRANT CHOREOGRAPHY.

- by Joshua Chong, The Toronto Star
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Schools & Education

Schools and Education

With its powerful message of reclaiming the narrative and finding your own voice, SIX is a perfect fit for student audiences! As part of our ongoing mission to ensure that theatre is accessible to a new generation of audiences, we are delighted to offer School Group pricing for select performances! Call 1.800.461.3333 to learn more.

Additional Resources
Learn the Choreography Costume Design

A HER-STORY OF THE SIX QUEENS

Catherine of Aragon

Catherine of Aragon

Remembered for…
Her refusal to accept that her marriage was invalid; her faith; her dramatic speech to Henry when he had her brought to court to seek the annulment of their marriage.

Birth and death
December 15, 1485 – January 7, 1536

Marriage
One: to Arthur (Henry’s older brother), November 14, 1501 (aged 15)
Two: to Henry VIII, June 11, 1509 (aged 23)

Children
Mary, born February 18, 1516 (later Queen Mary I).
Catherine also had two other children who died as infants, three stillborn children, and several miscarriages.

Interests
Religion, sewing, dancing, a bit more religion.

Cause of death
Probably a type of cancer.

Remembered for…
Her refusal to accept that her marriage was invalid; her faith; her dramatic speech to Henry when he had her brought to court to seek the annulment of their marriage.

Did you know?
While Henry fought in France in 1513, Catherine was regent during the Battle of Flodden; when James IV of Scotland was killed in the battle, Catherine wanted to send his body to Henry as a present.

Queenspiration
Beyoncé and Shakira

Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn

Remembered for…
Headlessness; bringing about England's break with the Pope; having a sixth fingernail.
 

Birth and death
c. 1501 – May 19, 1536

Marriage
January 25, 1533 (aged 31)

Children
Elizabeth, born September 7, 1533 (later Queen Elizabeth I).
Anne also had at least two miscarriages.

Interests
Fashion, dancing, flirtation, collecting evangelical works.

Queen Links
Lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Aragon.

Cause of death
Executed on Tower Green, London.

Remembered for…
Headlessness; bringing about England's break with the Pope; having a sixth fingernail.

Did you know?
Because she was fluent in French, Anne would have acted as a translator during the visit of Emperor Charles V to court in 1522.

Queenspiration
Lily Allen and Avril Lavigne

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour

Remembered for…
Being the “only one he truly loved”; having two troublesome brothers who fought over the regency of the young Prince Edward after King Henry’s death.

Birth and death
1507 or 1508 – October 24, 1537

Marriage
May 30, 1536 (aged 28 or 29)

Children
Edward, born October 12, 1537 (later King Edward VI).

Interests
Religious faith, obedience.

Queen Links
Lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn.

Cause of death
Hemorrhage after the birth of Prince Edward; her child with Henry.

Remembered for…
Being the “only one he truly loved”; having two troublesome brothers who fought over the regency of the young Prince Edward after King Henry’s death.

Did you know?
While Anne Boleyn was still alive, Henry sent Jane a gift of money which she refused, apparently saying there “was no treasure in this world that she valued so much as her honour.”

Queenspiration
Adele and Sia

Anna of Cleves

Anna of Cleves

Remembered for…
Being chosen from her portrait and then rejected when Henry met her.
 

Also known as
Anne of Cleves (the Anglicisation of her name)
She is referred to as Anna here to distinguish between the two Annes & to honor the name she would have called herself in her own language.

Birth and death
1515 – July 16, 1557

Marriage
January 6, 1540 (aged 24)

Children
None.

Interests
Staying alive.

Queen Links
Anna visited Katherine Howard once she became queen and bowed down to her.

Cause of death
Probably cancer.

Remembered for…
Being chosen from her portrait and then rejected when Henry met her.

Did you know?
When Henry first met Anna of Cleves, he disguised himself, possibly imagining some sort of a romantic reaction. According to a witness, when Henry kissed Anna, she turned away coldly from the hideous stranger molesting her. The witness, Lord Russell, observed that he “never saw His Highness so marvelously astonished.”

Queenspiration
Nicki Minaj and Rihanna

Katherine Howard

Katherine Howard

Remembered for…
Being completely used (and abused) by those with power over her.

Birth and death
c. 1523 – February 13, 1542

Marriage
July 28, 1540 (aged 17)

Children
None.

Interests
Religious faith, obedience.

Queen Links
Lady-in-waiting to Anna of Cleves; cousin to Anne Boleyn.

Cause of death
Executed on Tower Green, London.

Remembered for…
Being completely used (and abused) by those with power over her.

Did you know?
From her arrest on November 8, 1541 until her execution three months later, Katherine stayed under house arrest at Syon House; in late January of 1542, an act was passed in Parliament that rendered it treason for a woman to become the king’s wife without “plain declaration before of her unchaste life,” meaning Henry could have her killed.

Queenspiration
Ariana Grande and Britney Spears

Catherine Parr

Catherine Parr

Remembered for…
Surviving.

Birth and death
c. 1512 – September 5, 1548

Marriage
One: to Sir Edward Burgh, a courtier, 1529-1533
Two: to John Neville, Lord Latimer, 1534-1543
Three: to Henry VIII, July 12, 1543
Four: in secret to Thomas Seymour, May, 1547

Children
A daughter (to Thomas Seymour) who died as an infant.

Interests
Writing books, encouraging education, the Reformation.

Queen Links
Catherine’s mother was lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Aragon and Catherine was friendly with Aragon’s daughter, Princess Mary.

Cause of death
Childbirth.

Remembered for…
Surviving.

Did you know?
Catherine was the first woman in England to publish books under her own name and in English.

Queenspiration
Alicia Keys and Emeli Sandé

BUILDING A SHOW SERIES

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Episode 20. Opening Night
Episode 20. Opening Night

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Episode 19. First Performance
Episode 19. First Performance

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Episode 18. The Load In
Episode 18. The Load In

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Episode 17. The Music Makers
Episode 16. The Music Makers

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Episode 16. Photography
Episode 16. Photography

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Episode 15. WHAM
Episode 15. WHAM

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Episode 14. Stage Manager
Episode 14.  Stage Manager

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Episode 13. Choreography
Episode 13. Choreography

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Episode 12. Company Management
Episode 12. Company Management

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Episode 11. Show and Tell
Episode 11. Show and Tell

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Episode 10. Costumes
Episode 10. Costumes

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Episode 9. Rehearsals Begin
Episode 9. Rehearsals Begin

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Episode 8. Please Standby
Episode 8. Please Standby

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Episode 7. Press Play
Building A Show - Episode 7

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Episode 6. Digital Marketing
Building A Show - Episode 6

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Episode 5. That's the Ticket
Building A Show - Episode 5

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Episode 4. Toronto's SIX Queens
Building A Show - Episode 4

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Episode 3. Covering The City
Building A Show - Episode 3

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Episode 2. Casting Finals
Building A Show - Episode 2

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Episode 1. Choosing A Show
Building A Show - Episode 1