Royalty of SIX to Play Las Vegas' The Palazzo Theatre at The Venetian | Playbill

Regional News Royalty of SIX to Play Las Vegas' The Palazzo Theatre at The Venetian

The queens of the musical's 'Aragon' North American tour will star, including Khaila Wilcoxon, Storm Lever, Olivia Donalson, and more.

Khaila Wilcoxon, Storm Lever, and Olivia Donalson

SIX's North American "Aragon" national tour will play a seven-week strictly limited engagement at The Venetian's Palazzo Theatre in Las Vegas beginning March 21, 2023. 

Tickets are already available to Six fans via social media and the e-mail club, as well as Grazie Rewards members. General sale to the public will begin November 17 at 10 AM PST.

Starring in the cast are Khaila Wilcoxon (Hadestown) as Catherine of Aragon, Storm Lever (Summer: The Donna Summer Musical) as Anne Boleyn, Jasmine Forsberg (Broadway Bounty Hunter) as Jane Seymour, Olivia Donalson (Aladdin) as Anna of Cleves, Didi Romero as Katherine Howard, and Gabriela Carrillo as Catherine Parr. The cast also includes Kelsee Kimmel, Erin Ramirez, Cassie Silva, and Kelly Denice Taylor.

READ: See Gabriela Carrillo Tell Her Parents She Booked the Six National Tour

The tour, referred to as the "Aragon" tour, kicked off its run at Broadway in Chicago's CIBC Theatre March 29 and has dates set through 2023. The company recently was hosted by NPR for a Tiny Desk Concert, attended by the Ladies-in-Waiting band.

“It’s so cool that Six is going to Las-literal-Vegas?!??” said Six co-creators Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. Unlike many Broadway shows that hit the Vegas stage, the 70-minute Tudor pop musical's script will not need to be cut down—most Broadway shows that open Vegas engagements (including Hairspray and The Phantom of the Opera) play in 90-minute one-act revisions to keep time away from the casino floors to a minimum.

WATCH: The Touring Queens of Six Perform an NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Six is co-directed by Moss and Jamie Armitage and choreographed by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille. The design team includes scenic designer Emma Bailey, costume designer Gabriella Slade, lighting designer Tim Deiling, and sound designer Paul Gatehouse. The score features orchestrations by Tom Curran, musical supervision and vocal arrangements by Joe Beighton, and U.S. music supervision by Roberta Duchak.

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