Las Vegas Review-Journal: Strip Production at Center of Possible Actors’ Strike

“Six: The Musical” at Palazzo Theatre is that show. During Wednesday’s performance, Actors’ Equity Association reps plan to distribute flyers warning of a possible strike by Broadway touring shows.

A freewheeling musical centered on the six wives of Henry VIII, “Six” is is technically a Broadway touring production. The eagerly anticipated show opened a seven-week engagement at Palazzo on March 23. According to an Actors’ Equity news release to be made public Wednesday morning, the leaflet distribution is to take place from 7 p.m. until the show’s 8:30 start time.

“We are so hardwired to make sure the show goes on. Nobody goes into theater or goes onto a national tour so that they don’t do their show,” Actors’ Equity President Kate Shindle told the Philadelphia Inquirer last week. “This is not frivolous. This is long overdue.