Meet the Cast of
Joy to the World: A Servant Stage Christmas!

Brandon Cameron is thrilled to be returning to Servant Stage Company for their Christmas season. His previous credits with Servant Stage include HMS Pinafore, The Old Time Gospel Radio Hour, and Embraceable You: Rhapsody In Gershwin. He most recently appeared in "Crooners" and "Winter Wonderland" at American Music Theatre, and has also performed with Sight & Sound Theatre, Prima Theatre, and Milton Theatre. Aside from performing, Brandon has experience in film work and student directing and hopes to pursue a degree in Musical Theatre. Brandon would like to thank Johnathan, Wally, and Daniel for the opportunity to be a part of "Joy To The World" and wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas!

Julie Stone is excited to participate with Servant Stage Company for the very first time and is very grateful for the opportunity! Julie's background is in classical voice and music education. Over the years she has appeared at Sight and Sound, EPAC, and OperaLancaster. For the past three years, Julie has appeared as a guest soloist for the Remember America Speaker Series which featured Dr. Ben Carson, Dr. Franklin Graham, David and Jason Benham, Dana Loesch and Dr. Alveda King. Currently, she runs a studio of private voice and piano students and is in the infant stages of starting a website, LiftYourVoice.net, geared toward vocal training and heart encouragement for singers. Julie is a member of Harvest Bible Chapel Lancaster and is active in the worship ministry there. She and her husband, Dan, have four kiddos, Jackson, Landon, Sierra and Luke.

Laura Zaloom Diversified in both dramatic and comedic acting, Laura Zaloom has played a variety of roles from Tzietel in Fiddler on the Roof to Eulalie Mackechnie Shinn in Music Man. Laura earned a BA in Theatre with a concentration in Acting from Liberty University before returning to her hometown of New York City. In addition to performing on stage, Laura is also an accomplished wedding and portrait photographer in Lancaster, Pa who loves to capture life's most memorable moments. Laura wishes to thank her biggest fan, her husband, for always believing in her as she pursues her dreams!

Oliver, a four year old Cavachon, is head over tails with excitement to bring his doggone cuteness  to Servant Stage Company.  He began his stage career at 6 months old when he played "Sandy" in Broadway Now and Forever and Annie. Since then, Oliver has been a  scene stealer at American Music Theatre and MTPA, where he has given over 400 performances. In his spare time, he volunteers with KPETS as a registered therapy dog. He says it's ruff working for treats, but hopes Santa Claws will bring him a howliday bone-us. After taking his final bow-wow, Oliver invites his fans to the stage, where he will gladly sign autographs in exchange for belly rubs!

Sarah Poague is thrilled to be back with Servant Stage for her 4th production! She performed in Yankee Doodle: The Music of America and the past 2 Old Time Gospel Radio Hours. She has also performed at Rainbow Dinner Theatre and with Re-Creation USA performing in 49 of the 50 states! I am so excited to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior this Christmas season with all of you! Special thanks to Johnathan and Rebecca Bauer, Wally, the cast and crew, and her family! Merry Christmas and God Bless!

Matthew Wilhelm is excited to rejoin Servant Stage after

performing in this year's Sherlock Holmes and 2014’s The

Importance of Being Earnest. Since attending the Sight &

Sound Conservatory in 2015, where he performed in Moses,

Joseph, and Miracle of Christmas, Matthew has performed in

Piercing Word’s Sermon on the Mount, Jonah, and The

Passion as well as with Maryland Entertainment Group.

Ric Zimmerman is excited to be appearing in another Servant

Stage Company production! A Lancaster native, Ric has

performed in numerous American Music Theatre and Sight &

Sound Theatres shows, and has been seen at the Fulton Theatre,

and Prima Theatre. He was the founder/director of the

Celebration Singers. Ric has had the privilege of singing with

Christian artists Steve Green, Dino, Wayne Watson, and

conducted the orchestra for the Mandrell sisters and Celeste

Holmes. He also toured with The Continentals throughout the US,

Canada, Korea, and Taiwan, and Japan.

Jay Hoerr (accompanist) is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College with a BMus in Piano Performance. He is excited to be a part of a Servant Stage production once again, having previously been a part of Old Time Gospel Radio Hour. Aside from piano, Jay also sings and acts, and has worked with LBC, Piercing Word, and OperaLancaster among others. Jay lives in Lancaster City with his lovely wife, Blythe.