Faith, Hope, Charity, and Mildred

Sarah Cope studied opera for five years under the instruction of Dale Moore (Senior Voice Professor at Eastman School of Music). Even though she loved opera, she felt called to go into ministry. She started teaching music at a home for troubled teenagers and at the same time also started a full-time music career in gospel music. She traveled all over the United States and Canada singing in churches, corporate & patriotic events, etc. She has also recorded 3 solo CD’s. After getting married, she decided to leave “life on the road” and eventually settled down here in Lancaster County. She now teaches voice full-time from two studio locations and loves every minute of it! She leads worship in her church and performs locally whenever she can. She is SO excited to be working with Servant Stage. She loves being a part of the vision and positive, uplifting environment that Servant Stage provides. Special thanks to her husband Joel for all his love and support. Enjoy the show!

Abby Dupler is thrilled to be joining the cast of Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour. After a lengthy performing hiatus, she is very happy to be performing again. Although it has been a while, Abby is no stranger to the stage. She attended Florida State University and Point Park University where she majored in Vocal Performance and Musical Theater. Some of her favorite theatrical experiences were on the Sight in Sound stage, playing the role of Lucy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, singing hits from the ‘30’s and 40’s with the group Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls, and directing several shows at Lebanon High School. When she’s not performing, Abby enjoys spending time lounging by her pool and laughing with her amazing husband and daughter.

Sarah Poague is beyond excited to be returning to Servant Stage Company for the Old Time Gospel Radio Hour show again. She also appeared in "Yankee Doodle Dandy" Music of America with Servant Stage! Sarah lives in Lititz with her husband Jeremy and brand new daughter Madison! After graduating from Lancaster Bible College, she traveled the country for 3 years with a group called Re-Creation USA performing in 49 of the 50 states! She has also been on stage locally with Rainbow Dinner Theatre and PRiMA. Thank you to Johnathan and Rebecca Bauer for this amazing opportunity and to the rest of the Servant Stage cast and crew! You are all such an incredible blessing! Deepest love to Jeremy and Madison and thanks be to God for all these blessings! Enjoy the show as we all praise the Lord together!

Leah Timm-Wolgemuth is happy to be making her first appearance with Servant Stage Company!  She returns to the theater after a brief hiatus, having last appeared at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Hairspray and Velveteen Rabbit in 2014.  While away from ‘the boards,’ Leah has been busy creating and performing her now-signature “Tribute to Adele” concerts and touring with her family, The Timm Family Singers, throughout venues in the Mid-Atlantic region.  A graduate of Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA), Leah shares her life with her loving husband, Jeremy; their dogs, Daisy Mae, Lola, and Delilah; and their cat, Jasmine.