Broadway's Courtney Mack and West End's Natalie Paris Join Six On Tour May 9 in Los Angeles | Playbill

National Tour News Broadway's Courtney Mack and West End's Natalie Paris Join Six On Tour May 9 in Los Angeles

The pair are joining the "Aragon" tour as Katherine Howard and Jane Seymour, respectively.

Courtney Mack and Natalie Paris

Six's original Broadway cast alternate Courtney Mack and original West End cast member Natalie Paris are hitting the road. The two join the pop concert-inspired musical's second North American national tour, dubbed the "Aragon" tour, May 9 at Los Angeles' Pantages Theatre.

Paris joins the cast as Jane Seymour, the role she originated in the West End, while Mack takes over the role of Katherine Howard. Filling out the cast are Khaila Wilcoxon (Hadestown) as Catherine of Aragon, Storm Lever (Summer: The Donna Summer Musical) as Anne Boleyn, Olivia Donalson (Aladdin) as Anna of Cleves, and Gabriela Carrillo as Catherine Parr. The cast also includes Marilyn Caserta, Kelsee Kimmel, Erin Ramirez, Cassie Silva, and Kelly Denice Taylor.

Following Los Angeles, the tour will make stops at Costa Mesa, California (June 13-25), San Diego, California (June 27-July 9), Seattle, Washington (July 12-23), and Portland, Oregon (July 25-30). The tour originally kicked off in Chicago March 29 this year.

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Co-directed by Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage and choreographed by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, the design team includes scenic designer Emma Bailey, costume designer Gabriella Slade, lighting designer Tim Deiling, and sound designer Paul Gatehouse. The score features orchestrations by Tom Curran, musical supervision and vocal arrangements by Joe Beighton, and U.S. music supervision by Roberta Duchak. Casting is by Tara Rubin Casting's Peter Van Dam with original U.S. casting by Bob Mason. Theater Matters serves as general manager, Sam Levy as associate producer, and Lucas McMahon as U. S. executive producer alongside producers Kenny Wax, Wendy and Andy Barnes, George Stiles, and Kevin McCollum.

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