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PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are going fast!!
I need RSVPs and payment by Friday, Sept. 23rd.
Cost: $212 (Orchestra)
Lets go see “SIX the Musical” at the Emerson Colonial theatre. For those interested we will meet for brunch before the performance.
This new original musical comedy is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over.
**Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. **
From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over!
Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIXhas won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical.
The New York Times says SIX “TOTALLY RULES!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”
Please do not RSVP until you have paid for your ticket via Venmo or PayPal per the instructions below.
There are only a limited number of tickets and spots available, so please pay for your tickets asap!.
Tickets are $30
For those interested, we will have dinner somewhere nearby (TBD) after the gathering at tbe cemetery.
SOLSTICE: Reflections on Winter Light is an annual event at Mount Auburn Cemetery that includes an outdoor journey through large-scale light and sound artworks, and an indoor experience with live music and candle lighting.
Guests are invited to walk through the light-filled landscape and explore the Winter Solstice atmosphere, and to reflect on moments of change as the year ends and a new cycle begins.
Connect to a landscape of exceptional beauty, consider an intention for the new year, or commemorate the memory of a loved one. Let the Solstice light your way as you encounter the unique spirit of Mount Auburn.