All the throws of hit melodic Six have met up with fans far and wide for another video.
Two of the show’s stars Grace Mouat and Danielle Steers united the West End, Broadway, Australia, and visiting throws of the melodic to sing the initial number Ex-Wives.
The video, which likewise includes an incredible 3,000 fans all singing from their homes, is wanting to fund-raise for three causes in the UK, USA, and Australia helping those jobless because of the pandemic: Acting for Others, Actors Fund and Support Act.
Until the auditorium’s shut a month ago, Six had been rushing to sold-out groups since it opened in 2018, should open its New York run similarly as Broadway went dim over coronavirus. It has six separate creations.
The melodic tells another “herstory” of Henry VIII’s six spouses, who have collaborated as a young lady band and are on visit each recounting to their accounts. Anne Boleyn’s tune Don’t Lose Ur Head, which is sung in the style of Lily Allen, has been shared the greater part a billion times on Tik Tok.
In February, the first cast collection outperformed 100 million streams on the web. It was composed by makers Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss while they were still at college.
Beyond that, the show is the most feminist to take the stage in the history of the theater. The main cast is composed of all women: Six The Musical Chicago. Through her lyrics and costumes, “Six The Musical” places the queens at the center of the story rather than as supporting characters.