The Toronto production of SIX The Musical is excited to launch Queen of the Month, a city-wide initiative that shines a spotlight on individuals who are making a positive impact in Toronto and beyond.
The goal is to celebrate exceptional individuals across all Toronto, and to shine a spotlight on the contributions they are making in their communities.
What defines a Queen?
It can be a friend, a mentor, a parent, an educator, a community member…anyone who inspires you. It is someone in your life who deserves recognition as a remarkable individual; someone who you think has made a difference in the world. We know a quite a few!
Every month, an exceptional individual from Toronto, its six boroughs and surrounding communities, will be chosen as their Queen of the Month and rewarded with two (2) complimentary tickets to experience SIX The Musical in Toronto. The Queen of the Month will also be featured in the Mirvish newsletter and on their social media channels.
Nominate your Queen today!
Nominations for the December Queen of the Month close on Sunday, November 12 at 11:59PM ET. The selected Queen will be announced via the Mirvish social channels at the end of November. Here’s the link to the nominations page.
The Canadian production of SIX, the Tony Award®-winning new musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss opened to rave reviews in Toronto this past September at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. SIX is on stage through February 11, 2024. It’s an entertaining and high-energy musical that I loved experiencing with my 16 year old niece.
SIX features Jaz Robinson as Catherine of Aragon, Julia Pulo as Anne Boleyn, Kelsee Kimmel as Jane Seymour, Krystal Hernández as Anna of Cleves, Elysia Cruz as Katherine Howard, and Lauren Mariasoosay as Catherine Parr. The cast also includes Hailey Lewis, Julia McLellan, Abigail Sparrow and Darcy Stewart as Standbys.
They are backed by a band, the “Ladies in Waiting” as they are known, consisting of Elizabeth Baird, who is also the music director, Allyson MacIvor, Kia Rose, Sarah Richardson and Aretha Tillotson.
You can read our post on HERstory here.