Boston-born actress Zan Berube is making her Broadway tour debut with Six, set to hit Providence Performing Arts Center in April.

Originally from Methuen, Berube is a quadruple threat, having gone to school for acting, dancing, singing and modeling. She graduated from college in Michigan in 2020 and a few years later, she's living the dream as part of a renowned show.

Six, an entertaining look at Henry VIII's wives, crowns Providence with entertainment April 11-23. That means plenty of opportunities to see Berube play Anne Boleyn, wife No. 3.

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The show is a must-see, all told from the women's perspectives.

I caught up with Berube to discuss her journey and her favorite part of the show.

I seriously couldn't get over Berube's hair.

It's exciting to hear that Berube plans to show her castmates around Boston or Newport.

Tickets are still available for this two-week run on the PPAC website or at the box office.

If you go, make sure you get there early. As Berube mentioned, the opening number with take your breath away and you don't want to miss it.

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