The gang at Heritage Square Music Hall has invented a form of theater entirely its own — a combination of scripted and improvised lines, audience interactions, clever jokes and silly jokes that repeat in every show, and we'd be disappointed if they didn't: What would be the point of a performance without Annie Dwyer attacking some guy in the audience, T.J. Mullin revealing his unexpectedly melodious tenor, Rory Pierce swaying in a skirt, showing off unexpectedly shapely legs? Audiences like the fact that the cast can be so hokey and so talented at the same time, and we can't imagine visiting this peculiar building — a 1950s replica of a genuine turn-of-the-century music hall — without hearing N. Randall Johnson's strong, nimble fingers dancing across the keyboard as he mixes ragtime, popular and classical music... More >>>