Terica Marie as Anna of Cleves (center) in The North American Tour Boleyn Company of ‘SIX.’ (Photo by Joan Marcus) Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. Review: Tens across the board for SIX While I didn’t intend to wait this long to get this review out, I am glad I had time to sit and unpack SIX which is now playing at the Winspear as part of Broadway Dallas’ season.
The six wives of Henry VIII all vie for the most memorable of them all, but like Hamilton, turns history – or in this case, herstory – into a lively sensational stage show that was bombastic fun and a total raver.
Written by Tony winners Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow, the show presents each queen’s side of their story in Spice Girls pop concert fashion.
The songs are more club hits than showtunes all presented as a live show with microphones in hand. SIX is less a musical than it is a night at the Rose Room on steroids and the audience was loving every minute of it.