The Museum of Broadway will welcome a new special exhibit. “SIX: The Royal Gallery” will debut at the museum on Nov. 6. The current exhibit, “All That Jazz: The Legacy of ‘Chicago’ the Musical,” opened on June 30; a final viewing date for “All That Jazz” has not been announced.
Designed specifically for the Museum of Broadway, “SIX: The Royal Gallery” will showcase 500 years of history about the British royals and court. Visitors will get to see some of the Tony Award-winning costumes from “SIX” as well as set installations and fan art. The exhibit will also be equipped with a listening station and the chance to take a photo atop the “SIX” throne.
“We are losing-our-heads excited to showcase this history-making show and bring its unapologetic celebration of female empowerment to life through this exhibit,” said Museum of Broadway co-founders Julie Boardman and Diane Nicoletti.
Admission to the exhibit is included in a ticket to the Museum of Broadway. The museum features a timeline of the history of Broadway, installations dedicated to tentpole musicals and artifacts from Main Stem shows — including costume pieces and set models, as well as an exhibit about the making of a Broadway show.
Update: “All That Jazz: The Legacy of ‘Chicago’ the Musical” will be open for viewing through Oct. 30.