Tickets on sale for ‘Six,’ ASU Gammage’s first Broadway show of 2022-23 season

Aug 22, 2022, 3:00 PM

(ASU Gammage Photo)...

(ASU Gammage Photo)

(ASU Gammage Photo)

PHOENIX — Tickets are now available for ASU Gammage’s first show of its 2022-23 Broadway season.

Sales for “Six,” which details the six wives of Henry VIII in England in the 1500s, went live Monday at 10 a.m.

Tickets are limited and begin at $40. The show will take the Tempe stage from Oct. 4-9.

“Six” is the first of eight productions during Gammage’s Broadway season.

Aaron Sorkin’s adaption of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” follows and will run Dec. 6-11.

“Jesus Christ Superstar” will be in Tempe from Jan. 31 to Feb. 5 before “Frozen” takes over the venue from Feb. 22 to March 5.

Next up will be “Annie” from March 24-26. “A Soldier’s Play” will run May 16-21, with “Hairspray” following from June 20-25.

Finally, “Beetlejuice” will close the season from Aug. 22-27.

ASU said single show sales for the other seven productions will be announced soon.

Season tickets, which gets patrons into all shows except “Annie,” are sold out.

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Oct. 4-9 (ASU Gammage Photo) To Kill a Mockingbird:

Dec. 6-11 (ASU Gammage Photo) Jesus Christ Superstar:

Jan. 31-Feb. 5 (ASU Gammage Photo) Frozen:

Feb 22.-March 5 (ASU Gammage Photo) Annie:

March 24-26 (ASU Gammage Photo) A Soldiers Play:

May 16-21 (ASU Gammage Photo) Hairspray:

June 20-25 (ASU Gammage Photo) Beetlejuice:

Aug. 22-27 (ASU Gammage Photo)

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Tickets on sale for ‘Six,’ ASU Gammage’s first Broadway show of 2022-23 season