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Smash-hit musical SIX returns to Broadway

4th Oct, 2021
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After sell out runs in the West End, SIX has finally had its opening night on Broadway after being postponed for 18 months amidst the closure of theatres during the Coronavirus pandemic. American critics have been hugely impressed by the show with many lavishing praise on Gabriella Slade’s ‘dazzling costumes’ (Variety).

The cast includes: Adrianna Hicks, Andrea Macasaet, Abby Mueller, Brittney Mack, Samantha Pauly, Anna Uzele. Crew includes: Directed by Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage; choreography, Carrie-Anne Ingrouille; sets, Emma Bailey; costumes, Gabriella Slade; lighting, Tim Deiling; sound, Paul Gatehouse; orchestrations, Tom Curran; musical supervision, Joe Beighton; music director, Julia Schade; production stage manager, Bonnie Panson.

The show runs at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York. See what the reviews have been saying below:

Variety – Long Live These Broadway Queens

“Gabriella Slade’s dazzling costumes also bring bling, wit and character detail (and sly icon and historical references) to each of these wonder women”

Chicago Tribune - ‘Six’ gets its Broadway opening night at last, with the queens betrayed, beheaded and very much alive

“Cleverly, the creators used real-life models for their Tudor divas. which gave the gifted costumer designer, Gabriella Slade, an eye-popping palette.”

The New York Times - In ‘Six,’ All the Tudor Ladies Got Talent

The Washington Post - ‘Six’ is the pulse-quickening pleasure trove that Broadway has been waiting for

“stunning, tricked-out get-ups by Gabriella Slade”

The Hollywood Reporter – “Divorced. Beheaded. Died. Divorced. Beheaded. Survived.” The consorts of Henry VIII reclaim their history in this cheeky girl-power pop concert about the downside of queendom, the first new musical since the Broadway shutdown.

“the high-energy show [has] been dressed up with plenty of flash for Broadway, mostly courtesy of costumer Slade”

Deadline - ‘Six’ Broadway Review: Lively Pop Musical Crowns King Henry’s Wives With A Royal Treatment