‘Six’ to launch national tour in Chicago next year, replacing 2021 engagement

This tour launch will take the place of the Chicago engagement scheduled for Oct. 5, 2021 - January 30, 2022, at the Broadway Playhouse.

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The original Broadway cast of “Six.”

Liz Lauren

The hugely anticipated run of “Six” at Chicago’s Broadway Playhouse in October has been canceled, replaced by the show’s national tour launch in 2022, it was announced Tuesday.

The critically acclaimed musical will now kick off its national tour in Chicago at the CIBC Theatre, March 29-July 3, 2022.

All subscribers and groups who previously purchased tickets for the 2021 dates will be notified by Broadway In Chicago directly with information about rebooking.

Single ticket holders will receive refunds at point of purchase by Sept. 1 and will receive priority access before tickets go on sale for the new dates.

The musical, with book and music by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, is a pop-rock concert reimagining of the story of the six wives of Henry the VIII. It received its Chicago premiere in 2019 at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

Any questions about single tickets/refunds or exchanges, should be directed to customerservice@broadwayinchicago.com

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