Heritage Square Music Hall will close down at the end of the year, after more than two decades of hilarity in its eccentric Golden home. The building is an Old West opera house, authentic except for the fact that it's two-thirds the normal size of one and was built in 1973 by a developer inspired by Disney theme parks. In this space, a unique small company evolved an equally unique performing style. Their shows are simultaneously bumbling and brilliantly staged, professional and apparently amateurish, silly and clever — and also gutsy and funny as hell. For a long time, a devoted audience came along night after night for the ride. But that audience dwindled, perhaps because of the recession, perhaps because many theater-goers these days prefer glitzy musicals — and that means the music and... More >>>