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Training from Hell: Anne Boleyn runs daily morning workouts for her fellow queens, where she shouts in their faces with a megaphone. The queens describe her as "intense".

Catherine of Aragon: If you can just explain a single thing I've done to cause you pain… I'll go. ( Beat) No?

Nice Guy: Thomas Culpeper... at first. Katherine Howard calls him this word-for-word, but eventually he forces himself upon her. Bittersweet Ending: The queens can't change history, or how their stories ultimately ended. Most of them were utterly miserable for most of the time they knew Henry, most of them met tragic ends, and they mostly became only known for who they are because of Henry or the children they had with him. However, they got a chance to tell their stories on their terms, retaking the narrative for a time. The show ends with them presenting a happier alternate world where most of them never married Henry (except for Jane Seymour, who stays with him and goes on to have more children) and wound up happier for it. Anne (or, as the musical calls her, Anna) of Cleves was, in some historians’ view, the most successful of Henry’s six queens. After just six months of marriage, she earned the king’s enduring affection by agreeing to an annulment. Then, she proceeded to outlive her former husband, not to mention the rest of his wives, by a decade. “[Anne] did get pushed to the side in a rather unceremonious way, but she had a pretty good life,” says Storoschuk. “She was given several properties. She gambled a lot. She got to go hunting, she had the best clothes and the best food. She was loved at court.”

Abhorrent Admirer: Catherine Parr considers Henry this; she's already in love with another man and doesn't want to be forced to be with another just because he's the King. In American productions, Aragon says "I hit that high C". In productions outside of the US, the line is "I hit that top C". Speak Ill of the Dead: Anne Boleyn's song, "Wearing Yellow to a Funeral", which she wrote after finding out about Catherine of Aragon's death.Paid for with my own pounds note riches / Where my dogs note hounds at, release the hounds note bitches." Start off your outfit with a green sleeveless dress. Cut in the middle to create the mid-riff look of Anne’s costume. Deconstruction: "All You Wanna Do" does this to Katherine Howard's typical portrayal as a promiscuous seducer of older men, by pointing out the fact that Katherine was a child when these adult men had these sexual relationships with her. Katherine initially reminisces on her sexual history with some fondness, but as the song progresses she grows increasingly uncomfortable and her trauma is fully realised by the end of it. Catherine’s Six solo could’ve been a “super emotional [sad] ballad,” says Moss. Instead, she and Marlow chose to emphasize the queen’s defiance, emulating Beyoncé’s “ Run the World (Girls)” and setting the tone for the rest of the musical.

Moss studied history at Cambridge and says much of her schoolwork centered around early modern German visual culture. Six actually includes a standalone song, “ Haus of Holbein,” that satirizes 16th-century beauty culture and Henry’s portrait-driven search for a fourth wife: “Hans Holbein goes around the world / Painting all of the beautiful girls / From Spain / To France / And Germany / The king chooses one / But which one will it be?”

Jane Seymour is Adele: cry into your pillow with poor Jane

Small Start, Big Finish: "Heart of Stone" and "I Don't Need Your Love" both begin softly, but end with riff-heavy spectacles. Named After Somebody Famous: A weird, meta example. Catherine Parr was likely named after Catherine of Aragon, which clashes with the musical's timeline (in which they're all the same age). Commonality Connection: Anne Boleyn immediately begins a rapport with Katherine Howard upon realizing they were cousins who were both executed via decapitation.

Because of its small cast and rabid fanbase, Six has the ability to get away with things that I’m not sure would fly in any other musical. Specifically, each alternate has their own costumes that are separate from the main Queen costumes. In other musicals and plays, it’s standard practice for alternates and understudies to wear the same costume/style of costume as the main actors, with the idea that they should blend in as much as possible. But Six encourages their alternates to stand out and online, the alternates have almost as much of a rabid fanbase as the main actresses! Troubled Teen: Katherine Howard suffered much sexual manipulation throughout her life, and didn't even live long enough to hit the age of twenty before being executed.Gold-Colored Superiority: Catherine of Aragon, who still proudly holds onto her title as Queen of England even after Henry annulled their marriage. Anne Boleyn was portrayed by Millie O’Connell in the first UK Tour and the original West End production of Six the Musical. O’Connell is also known for her roles in Be More Chill, Soho Cinders, 42nd Street, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. About Katherine Howard

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