A visit to the Wick Costume Museum can be a religious experience for the true theater fan with a collection of hundreds of historical Broadway costumes.
Last fall, the museum underwent a dramatic high-tech transformation, inspired by the traveling Van Gogh exhibitions and resulting in a stunning new venue rechristened the Museum Club at The Wick.
The completely renovated space features a 360-degree immersive video experience, historic costume displays, dining and entertainment. The premiere exhibit, “Ascot!” features the original 1956 costumes for “My Fair Lady,” designed by Sir Cecil Beaton, including the dress worn by Julie Andrews on Broadway.
Exhibit luncheon packages are available, including admission to the exhibition, three-course meal, live entertainment and the “hat room” experience.
The 2023 season at the Wick continues with “Anything Goes,” playing through Feb. 12, and “Damn Yankees,” March 2 – April 2. The season concludes with “Million Dollar Quartet,” April 20 – May 14, the reimagined meeting of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash in a Memphis recording studio.
Tickets and more information at TheWick.org.