BILLY STRITCH brings “Billy’s Place” to the Wick Theater for three shows only!
Billy is an award-winning pianist and singer and known to South Florida audiences for his many solo concert performances and as accompanist and musical director for Liza Minnelli, Tony Bennett, Marilyn Maye and Christine Ebersole to name but a few.
During the pandemic, Billy has created his own weekly Facebook livestream music show called “Billy’s Place”. Every week, he spotlights a different composer or performer from the Great American Songbook and his shows at the Wick Theater will feature his favorite songs from his over 35 online shows. Expect to hear music by Cy Coleman, George Gershwin, Barry Manilow, Cole Porter as well as selections from the Brazilian bossa nova canon. He’ll also be sharing intimate stories from his varied and wide-ranging career.
Wick Supper Club Begins at 6pm Call 561.995.2333 for Reservations
An Incredible Valentine’s Day Weekend at the Wick. Gourmet dinner beginning at 6pm, fantastic show starting at 8pm!
Back by popular demand! Globally renowned jazz and pop singer Anthony Nunziata brings his soulful lyrical style to some of the most romantic songs ever written. Get lost in his rich tenor voice as he performs favorites including Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, The Very Thought of You, Unchained Melody, The Prayer, That’s Amore, some original pieces and much more. Award-winning pianist Bobby Peaco and jazz saxophonist and protégée Daniel Dickson joins Mr. Nunziata for the perfect way to spend Valentine’s weekend.
Tickets available by calling 561.995.2333
Christine Pedi, the “Lady of 1000 Voices,” first discovered her talent for multiple personalities in the legendary off-Broadway revue Forbidden Broadway. She made her Broadway debut in Little Me, played Mama Morton in Chicago and appeared in Talk Radio. Off Broadway, credits include Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage and A Broadway Diva Christmas, Jerry’s Girls, The Mad Show, My Favorite Year and Newsical: The Musical and recently starred in and co-produced Spamilton: An American Parody. Her cabaret show Great Dames won the New York Bistro & Nitelife Awards and played New York, Los Angeles, London, and South Africa. Her holiday show, There’s No Bizness like Snow Bizness has been a seasonal staple in New York for the past 11 years. She is also the daily host of Sirrius XM radio’s On-Broadway playing music of the stage and co-hosts Dueling Divas Seth Rudetsky.
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The home run musical ! Baseball fan Joe Boyd sells his soul to the devil, Mr. Applegate to become “one good long ball hitter” for his favorite team The Washington Senators. He becomes a sports super star but if he doesn’t go back to his wife by 9pm on the final game day his soul will be Applegate’s forever. Featuring the songs “Whatever Lola Wants”, “Shoeless Joe” and “You Gotta Have Heart.”
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