In the run-up to "Legacy," the first Shadowbox Live show in its new Brewery District digs, the only thing the performers seemingly wanted to talk about was the return of the original Vera and Laverne.

In the run-up to "Legacy," the first Shadowbox Live show in its new Brewery District digs, the only thing the performers seemingly wanted to talk about was the return of the original Vera and Laverne.

Appearing together for the first time in a decade, Stacie Boord (who returned to Columbus after the recent closing of Shadowbox's Newport, Kentucky, location) and Julie Klein had a lot of hype to live up to, but the two trailer park ladies are just as fresh now as they were during their debut in 1998.

A retrospective of Shadowbox's 22-year history, "Legacy" pulls together a strong collection of the troupe's best sketches, including Helen and Ethel (played by Katy Psenicka and Amy Lay), two cranky old ladies who are not happy with their fellow mall patrons, and "Keith Richards' Rock 'n' Roll Resort for Seniors," in which the aging rock star (Robbie Nance) brings his unique style to the retirement community.

The company's video department deserves kudos for crafting the only original content in the show. Most of the video skits revolve around excitement over the new space.

House band Bill Who? once again shows off its tremendous talent. Whether it's playing the blues with Boord ("Ball and Chain," by Etta James), classic rock with Klein ("Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who) or pop with Noelle Grandison ("Rhythm Nation" by Janet Jackson), the band remains one of the best in Columbus.