Six National Tour Will Welcome New Queens | Playbill

National Tour News Six National Tour Will Welcome New Queens

The "Boleyn" North American tour launched in 2022 and continues throughout North America.

Jasmine Forsberg, Didi Romero, Khaila Wilcoxon, Storm Lever, Olivia Donalson, and Gabriela Carrillo in Six Joan Marcus

New queens will take the throne in the national tour of SIX: The Musical next month. The second national tour—known as the "Boleyn" company—initially launched September 20, 2022. 

Beginning April 16, the tour will welcome former SIX Broadway alternate Kristina Leopold as Catherine of Aragon, Danielle Mendoza as Anna of Cleves, and Alizé Cruz as Katherine Howard. Current SIX alternate Cassie Silva will now play Anne Boleyn full-time, as well as current alternate Kelly Denice Taylor, who will now take on Jane Seymour full-time. Taylor Sage Evans, Carlina Parker, and Amaya White are also newly joining as alternates.

The new queens succeed Gerianne Pérez as Catherine of Aragon, Zan Berube as Anne Boleyn, Amina Faye as Jane Seymour, Terica Marie as Anna of Cleves, and Aline Mayagoitia as Katherine Howard. Adriana Scalice will continue in the role of Catherine Parr. Alternate Aryn Bohannon will remain with the company, also serving as the production’s dance captain. Wesley Carpenter will remain SIX's "Universal Alternate," performing both on tour and in the Broadway company.

The tour will next play the Artis-Naples Hayes Hall in Naples, Florida, before heading to West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Louisville, and Atlanta, where the new queens will take over halfway through the Fox Theatre engagement.

The pop musical is a "herstory" remix about the six women who all married King Henry VIII of England, taking to the stage to tell their side of the story. Productions of SIX are currently mounted on Broadway and London's West End, with four tours currently running worldwide across the U.K. and Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and North America. In 2022, it received eight Tony nominations, taking home the wins for Best Costume Design of a Musical (Slade) and Best Original Score (Marlow and Moss).

The Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss musical features choreography by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, set design by Emma Bailey, costume design by Gabriella Slade, lighting design by Tim Deiling, and sound design by Paul Gatehouse. The production also has orchestrations by Tom Curran with music supervision and vocal arrangements by Joe Beighton, U.S. Music Supervision by Roberta Duchak, and casting by Peter Van Dam from Tara Rubin Casting.


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