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

While all the pre-show madness plays out around him, you can usually count on T.J. Mullin to be taking it all in with a kind of quiet bemusement. He’s with assistant stage manager Amie Rau.


Those wads Annie Dwyer is holding are, really and truly, mounds of actual bubblegum she has chewed and blown through the years in various incarnations of “The Baseball Show,” which returns for one final, nostalgic turn from April 5 through June 23.


Annie Dwyer helps castmate Robert Wagner change costumes. Wagner attended college with Dwyer at the former Loretto Heights.


N. Randall Johnson is a maestro on the piano, especially when it comes to ragtime music.




Annie Dwyer received the prop cane she uses in the play as a gift from longtime fans of the Music Hall. The message in the ring (left), reads, “Annie: The long-hair troll will bring you luck thru the years. Bob & Shirley Henke.”


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