7901 N Federal Highway
Boca Raton, Fl 33487-1619
Performing at The Wick (Sep 19 - Oct 20)
Runtime: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Set in pre-WWII Austria, The Sound of Music is based on the romantic true story of Maria von Trapp, an aspiring nun who leaves her abbey to become a governess for the widower Captain von Trapp's seven children. Maria soon finds herself falling in love with her employer and questioning her religious calling. The musical premiered on Broadway in 1959, where it broke box-office records and won the Tony Award for Best Musical.
MARILYNN A. WICK Founder and Chief Operating Officer—Costume World, Inc. Founder and Chief Operating Officer—Costume World Broadway Collection Museum Executive Producer—The Wick Theater and Costume Museum It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome you to the Wick Theatre and Costume Museum. As the curtain rises on our debut season, I look forward to introducing you to an unparalleled experience. Never before has a cultural institution created one venue to entertain, celebrate, and preserve for the world, the treasures of our musical theatre history. Our theater will provide an intimate and dynamic setting to enjoy the most beloved Broadway productions. This season’s selections will make you laugh, sing and cry. We’ve chosen the shows that are part of your heart….the music that evokes memories……the rhythms that make you smile….and the emotions you want to share with friends and family. Adding a one-of-a-kind dimension to this venue is the Costume Museum. The Wick family is world-renowned for our incomparable collection of Broadway costumes---over 1.2 MILLION wardrobe pieces, valued at $21 million, and featured on the Today Show. The legendary list of garments is mesmerizing and includes Mae West’s white ermine, Angela Lansbury’s dazzling gold pantsuit from Mame, Richard Burton’s majestic attire from Camelot, Sarah Jessica Parker’s dress from Once Upon a Mattress and on and on. The museum will offer luncheon tours of this magnificent collection, and many of the theater productions will incorporate historic wardrobe displays in the lobby.