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Six Reviews


Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.8 Stars)

Number of reviews: 27



2.0 star rating JD from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


A few of the girls were good( the one who divorced:lived in the house - v good) but entire show was ruined by Ann Boleyn character . High pitched Disney -esque dippy screetching… maybe the girl can sing in real life and they made her act like this so shame on director . It was un watchable . It could’ve been great with different script and songs

2.0 star rating DMac from Nashua, NH


I hate to criticize any musical. I would add that it seemed as though the audience loved it. ?! Alas, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The set and costumes were excellent. The singers were excellent and their dancing was excellent. The lighting was excellent. There was virtually no story and what story there was was clouded by the singing style or bad accustics but I think bad writing. I was bewildered trying to figure out what the plot was--apparently, it was a sortof contest between the various wives and the audience was part of it?? Okay--weak story line, no wondering what's next. Just one song following another. I liked 3 of the ? 15 songs. I thought the music was mostly repetitive with overpowering bass--a bit of the louder is better theme. The talent was there but wasted on a brutal thump, thump, thump while the "wives" did their evocative best to engage the audience with grinding hips and quivering thighs. I was happy when it ended. Maybe I'm too old? It seemed as though the majority of the audience really enjoyed the show.

2.0 star rating Lynn from Durham, North Carolina


I love Broadway musicals normally. This touring company lacked experience and it showed in how songs presented. They were too loud, often words not understood, and too often rushed. Several girls seemed miscast. Jane Seymour was young girl and this cast member seemed way too old. Anne B often screechy. Dancing okay musicians okay. Some costumes okay and others really bad Maybe it was better on Broadway

1.0 star rating Erin Ashby from San Francisco, California


This is by far the worst show I have seen on Broadway. I loved Hamilton and thought I was about to have a similar historical tutelage, but this was just an attempt at proving women are better by acting like they have no brains (I’m a woman and would like to think I’ve got a brain). It was like they were trying to confuse you with chaos on the stage. I left feeling like I had just been beat up! Definitely wouldn’t see it again, and absolutely would never endorse it for anyone else.

1.0 star rating Linda Davies from Fort Myers, Florida


Hard to understand. Poor acoustics at BBMann did not help. Worst musical we have ever seen - extremely disappointing.

1.0 star rating from Kansas City, Missouri


This show had potential with such an interesting concept as the six wives. There was no storyline, lyrics were difficult to understand, and most of the wives were displayed as ditzy and/or purely sexual. No costume or set changes. Would have been better with a more holistic story. Worst musical I have seen. At least it was short and had no intermission. I would have walked out at intermission.


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uplifting Sisterly SASSINESS

The transformation of the wives into a modern-day girl pop group, vying for X factor type a brilliant adaptation

The Spice Girls might have reunited but they've got a run for their money in the unexpected form of Henry VIII's wives. But unlike their static portraits (and positions in history), these girls can sing and dance and put on a dazzling performance.

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