The Chicago cast of 'Six.' (Photo: Liz Lauren)
If you’ve got a hit musical on your hands, there’s a natural order to things: First you play the West End and Broadway, then you play everywhere else.  But not “Six.” By the time the new musical starts Broadway performances Feb. 13, it will have already played Edinburgh (twice), the West End (ongoing), toured the U.K. and Ireland (also ongoing), held sit-down runs in Chicago, Boston, Edmonton, Canada and St. Paul, Minn., launched an Australian production in Sydney and traveled the world on a cruise line. This atypical route to Broadway has, contrary to conventional wisdom, helped the modestly scaled…

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