Photos: My night at Heritage Square’s ‘One Enchanted Evening’

“New kid” Robert Wagner plays an amalgam of princes (and a Huntsman in “Little Red Robin Hood,” above).


Heritage Square veteran Rory Pierce keeps in shape with a pre-show push-up regimen, above, before donning his oh-so-serious wolf face, below.




Alex Crawford searches the costume rack for his “Snow White” dwarf garb.


A night can’t go by at the Music Hall without a few helium-enhanced silly voices on display.


Johnette Toye and friend Annie Dwyer banter backstage as if the onstage performance never ends. When Johnette talked about when she took a break for a few years from the Music Hall, Dwyer said to laughs, “But your stink lingered right here in my heart.”


Performer (and stage manager) Scott Koop, left, kills time before the show with an intense game of Nerf basketball with Rory Pierce.


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