Meet the Cast & Crew of
Sing, Sing, Swing

Anna Alexander (Dance Ensemble) is so grateful to be a part of what Servant Stage Company is doing for God's kingdom. She is a math teacher at Spring Grove Area High School, and one of her deepest passions is to glorify God by using the talents he has given her. She is a pianist, vocalist, composer, and swing dancer. She has been a worship team leader at Valley View Alliance Church for 7 years, and she has been swing dancing for 3 years at Lancaster Swing Dance. "I am excited to share the joy of this era of music and dancing with you. May you leave this show refreshed and with a smile on your face! The privilege to serve you and to serve Christ is mine, but the glory and adoration is all God's." 1 Samuel 12:24

Ronnie Brady (Featured Dancer) is super excited to be making his Servant Stage debut in Sing, Sing, Swing! Currently performing in Jonah at Sight & Sound Theatres, Ronnie is grateful to be working amongst such encouraging and talented people, and is looking forward to where God takes him next! Luke 21:19

Kolby Colmary (Youth Dancer) is honored to be a part of Sing Sing Swing, his debut with Servant Stage Company! Kolby lives in Oxford, PA and will be going into middle school this year! He trains in a variety of dance genres at his home studio, KMC Dance. Kolby is also proud to be a part of Beat Addikts United & X-Caliber Dance Company. He has had the opportunity to perform at American Music Theatre, down Main Street USA Disney World, in the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, & many other local & community events with Illuminations Performance Company! Kolby cannot wait to see where his journey in the world of the performing arts may lead him! All the glory to God and many thanks to family & friends for their love & constant support. A HUGE thank you to the Servant Stage team for allowing Kolby to share the stage with these talented artists in this super fun musical revue! “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great” ~ Derek Hough

Georgia Cerisano (Featured Dancer) is pretty stoked to be making her Servant Stage debut. Originally from Virginia, she moved up to PA in 2016 to study theatre with Sight & Sound Conservatory and perform alongside the cast of Samson. She recently finished her first professional performing contracts at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, and currently studies ballet at Central PA Youth Ballet. Thanks be to Jesus Christ. Ecclesiastes 12:13.

Michael Fisher (Featured Singer)  holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Mars Hill University. Michael's career has taken him all over the world – from roles in New York City like Jim in Parade at the Secret Theatre, to bringing the laughs across the country as the Store Manager in the national tour of ELF: The Musical, and entertaining audiences abroad on-board Holland America Cruises. A favorite on regional stages around the US, his favorite roles (among others) include Dreamgirls (CC White), Songs for a New World (Man 1), Smokey Joe's Cafe (Victor). He would like to thank God for this opportunity and his friends and family for their constant love and support.

Kayla Klase (Servant Sister) is thrilled to be returning to the stage with Servant Stage Company! Kayla earned her B.A. in Vocal Performance from Millersville University. She was most recently seen as Kathy in Singin’ in the Rain with Cavod Academy. Other credits include: Oliver! The Musical (EPAC), Crooners (American Music Theater), and Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour (Servant Stage Company), Urinetown (Old Ma), Pirates of Penzance (Mabel). Kayla has enjoyed working with this incredibly talented cast and crew! Love to Shaun, and her family and friends for all their support!

Tony Marini (Dance Ensemble) grew up in a homeschool family performing music with his siblings and working with his dad and brothers in their family business, MariniMadeHarps. He was introduced to social swing dancing a couple years ago and has really enjoyed it! “I am really excited to to be a part of Sing Sing Swing! This will be my first experience performing dance. I desire to glorify God with my life, live it to the fullest, and continue to know Him more.”
Christine Moussa (Dance Ensemble) is excited to be in her first show with Servant Stage with so many dear and talented friends! Her love for swing dancing began in the summer of 2014 when she was invited to Lancaster Swing Dance (thank you, Anna Alexander)! Last year, she studied Performing Arts at the Sight & Sound Conservatory where she also performed in Samson. This year, she joined Piercing Word ministries and performed in Women of the Bible, Jonah, and Sermon on the Mount: The Musical. This summer, she was especially thrilled to proclaim Scripture through drama with fellow Piercing Word team members at a jazz festival in Switzerland. She thanks God for the opportunities to minister for Him through the performing arts and hopes that your spirits will be lifted through this show!
Kat Prickett (Servant Sister) is honored to once again entertain the community with Servant Stage Company! You may remember Kat from previous Servant Stage shows like The Civil War, A Christmas Carol, The Importance of Being Earnest (Gwendolyn), and Music of America where she boogie-woogied as one of the "original" Servant Sisters. Kat has sung with The PRiMA Sisters (PRiMA Theatre), and enjoys singing and acting locally. Her favorite credits include: The Music Man (Marian), Annie Get Your Gun (Annie Oakley), Into the Woods (Cinderella) and The Taffetas (Cheryl). Kat is co-owner and Marketing Manager of The Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant in Strasburg, which The Prickett family purchased in February 2016. She is married to her best friend, Tyler, and the joy of their lives is their son, Elijah Lee. To God be the Glory! Col 3:17
Erisa Sloan (Featured Singer/Dancer) is honored to return to Servant Stage Company, after recently being the understudy for Jo/Meg in Little Women! Most recently she could be seen with Broadway Dreams Foundation as a performance intern at their NYC intensive. Previously, she has performed with several other theaters throughout the region, including American Music Theatre (Broadway: Now & Forever, Christmas Show 2013 & 2014, Crooners) and Pines Dinner Theatre ("Clara" in The Miracle of Christmas) as a featured dancer and soloist. As a student, she has been involved in her school's drama department, having played Zaneeta in The Music Man and Rizzo in Grease. She receives her dance training weekly from Koresh School of Dance in Philadelphia, PA. And finally, she just graduated from Hamburg Area High School, and will be attending George Mason University as a Dance Major this fall. All glory to God, and thanks be to her mom and to Wally and Johnathan for this opportunity.
Lauren Wise (Servant Sister) is a graduate from the Patapsco Center for the Arts Vocal Program in Baltimore, Md. As a barbershop singer, her quartet "Whole 'Lotta Harmony" competed in many regional and international competitions and was ranked 16th in the world. Lauren is a passionate, versatile singer who is now leading worship with her husband in their ministry FireWithinWorship.

Sydney Leigh Allen (Servant Sister) is so excited to be joining Servant Stage Company once again for Sing, Sing, Swing! Servant Stage audiences may recognize her from The Importance of Being Earnest (Cecily), Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour, and Dancing Cheek to Cheek. Sydney has had the pleasure of working for many of Lancaster County's theatre companies including Sight & Sound Theatres, The Fulton Theatre, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, and more. Some favorite credits include Hairspray (Penny), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) Urinetown (Hope), and A Chorus Line (Christine). Sydney has long been a part of the Lancaster Swing and Blues dancing community and is thrilled to get to perform this music. Enjoy the show!

Andrea Calderon (Featured Dancer) is originally from Lexington, Kentucky, and holds a BFA in Performing Arts/Dance from Western Kentucky University. Andrea has performed, taught, and choreographed around the country over the past 15 years. She currently teaches at Premiere Danse Academy and the Sight & Sound Conservatory. This is her second year performing as a magician’s assistant in The Magic and Wonder Show in Bird-in-Hand. Other performance credits include five years with the award-winning show Country Tonite in Pigeon Forge, TN (Matt Davenport Productions) and Branson, MO (Starlite Entertainment) as a featured dancer. She also spent two years working with her husband at Fee/Hedrick Entertainment, where she performed in The Miracle, Joseph…Dreamcoat, and Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry. Locally she has been seen with PRiMA Theatre Company and as a back-up dancer for Weird Al Yankovic at The American Music Theatre. Andrea is very excited to be making her Servant Stage debut! Love and thanks to husband Wally and daughter Joyanna for their unending support. Psalms 149:3

Brandon Cameron (Featured Singer/Dancer) is excited to return to Servant Stage for Sing, Sing, Swing. His recent credits with Servant Stage include Joy to the World and Embraceable You: Rhapsody in Gershwin. Brandon has also performed at American Music Theatre, Sight & Sound Theatres, and Prima Theatre. Aside from performing, He has experience in film work, as well as student directing and choreography, and plans to pursue a degree in Musical Theatre. Brandon would like to thank Wally, Johnathan, and Tyler for the opportunity to be a part of this show. Love and thanks to the cast and crew! Enjoy the show!

Zachary Fernback (Featured Dancer) is a recent graduate of the Sight & Sound Conservatory where he trained in the performing arts and was a cast member of the Millennium Theatre’s 2016 production of Samson. He studied ballet at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he enjoyed dancing in productions such as George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™. He is very excited to have the opportunity to perform in his first Servant Stage production!

Tyler Hoover (Dance Ensemble) is thrilled to be returning to the stage in Sing, Sing, Swing! Blessed to serve as the Production Manager and a frequent Music Director for Servant Stage, Tyler spends much of his time on the other side of the curtain, making this a particularly special treat! Tyler was last seen as Sparky in Servant Stage’s 2015 production of Forever Plaid. Thanks to Wally and Johnathan for the opportunity and to this phenomenal cast for making this show such a joy to work on! Love to Sandra and Evelyn and all glory be to God!

Della Limbert (Dance Ensemble) is dancing for pure joy to be with her second family in this Servant Stage production! With a passion for the Fine Arts, Della has been involved with numerous orchestras, choirs, ensembles and theater productions throughout Lancaster County for the past 19 years. She has been with SSC for 3 years and has been a part of the Lancaster Swing Community for 5 years. Previous performances include Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up, Oklahoma!, A Christmas Carol, Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour and HMS Pinafore. “Swing dancing and the Big Band Era has played a major part in my life as it connects me with my Mother (who introduced me to Big Band music) and to my Michael, who danced into my life at the Lancaster Swing Dance Club. THANK YOU to Wally Calderon and Johnathan Bauer for believing in me and giving me so many opportunities to do what I love, and to my family and Michael for their love and support. It's Swing Time!!”

Danielle Poznanovic (Servant Sister) is delighted to be back with her Servant Stage family, after she was recently seen in Little Women as Jo March. Originally from Barrie, ON, Canada, Danielle has worked with many theatre companies including Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre (My Fair Lady, Second Chances), Sight & Sound Theatres (Noah, Miracle of Christmas), Blue Gate Musicals, as well as multiple productions with Servant Stage including Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour, and Yankee Doodle Dandy! Favorite roles include: Jo (Little Women), Josie Pye (Anne of Green Gables) and Orpha (Miracle of Christmas). Thank you to her parents for their unending love and support, and her friends and teachers who have constantly encouraged her to pursue her dreams. God bless, and have a toe-tapping swinging time!
Isabel Subacz (Youth Dancer) 16 years old, attends the Center for Performing & Fine Arts High School in West Chester, PA. A favorite role she played was Josephina in the American Girl Doll Musical Circle of Friends. She has performed with Allenberry Playhouse, Applause Theater, American Music Theatre, Cavod Theatre, EPAC, Servant Stage Company, and for the Barnstormers. She recently performed as a dancer in Singin’ In the Rain at Cavod Theatre. Isabel studies all styles of dance & musical theatre at Premiere Danse Academy and the Center for Performing & Fine Arts High School. She also studies voice and plays the violin, piano & guitar. Isabel is a member of the National Dance Honors Society. Isabel would like to thank Servant Stage Company, her family, teachers, and the Lord for giving her this opportunity to perform.
Leslie Talley (Servant Sister) is thrilled to have the honor of being in another Servant Stage show! Previous Servant Stage credits include Meg March in Little Women and Mary Morstan in Sherlock. Leslie studied vocal performance and social work at Millersville University. Leslie performed at Sight & Sound Theatres for several years and has since been working mostly in film, commercial, and print work. In addition to stage and screen, Leslie is mommy to Cora and Vivian, which is her favorite role yet! All the glory be to God and much love to Brandon for again holding down the fort!

Ric Weaver (Youth Dancer) This is Ric's first show with Servant Stage! He's super excited to work with this cast. Ric is 17 and just recently graduated from high school having earned acting honors. He hopes to continue acting, singing and dancing for years to come. He has over a dozen community theatre popular shows under his belt. His first was John in Peter Pan on the Living Waters stage directed by Stan Dean. His most recent privilege was a newsboy extra in Newsies at the Fulton. He feels blessed for the many doors being opened for him.

Reji Woods (Featured Singer)

Reji Woods is a versatile performer who has performed throughout the United States and internationally in Paris, Amsterdam, and India! Reji, a Florida native, is a 7-year veteran of Sight & Sound Theatres, and a 5-year veteran of PRiMA Theatre who now calls Lancaster County home. Reji is the co-founder/owner Bending Threads Cabaret Company based in NYC, and Reji Woods Productions in Lancaster PA. His Off-Broadway/New York credits include The Wiz, Black Nativity, Romeo & Juliet, and Archbishop Supreme Tartuffe. Other regional credits include, Big River, Smokey Joe's Café, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Seussical: The Musical, Jamaica, Guys & Dolls, West Side Story and Little Shop of Horrors. Reji is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Much Love to two of the loves in his life, Audra and Molly!

Lance Yunkin (Dance Ensemble) is thrilled to share his love of swing dancing with the community as a part of this wonderful show!  He is a long-time member of the Lancaster Swing Dance Club, where he serves as an instructor, DJ, and band promoter.  He has performed in several other productions with Servant Stage, most often with his banjo in The Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour. Enjoy the show; you'll have a hard time sitting still for this one!

Production Team

Wally Calderon (Artistic Director)  Originally from Green Bay, WI, Wally earned his BFA in Music Theatre Performance and Direction from Ohio Northern University. For over 15 years Wally traveled the country as a freelance performer, director, and choreographer. Notable stays include the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN, The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH, Hershey Park, and the highly credited Stage Door Manor in upstate New York. For the last 5 years, Wally has worked at Sight & Sound Theatres in multiple positions. “Special thanks to my wonderful wife Andrea and sweetest daughter Joyanna for their love and support. All the glory to God for the amazing gifts and opportunities He has given me!” Psalms 149:3

Shaun Ressler (Audio Designer) is excited to be working with Servant Stage Company again in 2017. His previous credits as both a sound designer and actor with Servant Stage include Little Women, Joy to the World: A Servant Stage Christmas (Sound), Old Time Gospel Radio Hour (Keystone Quartet and Sound, also nominated for best sound design by, Embraceable You: Rhapsody in Gershwin (Sound), and Forever Plaid (Smudge). He has also designed sound and acted with Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Popovsky Performing Arts Studio, OperaLancaster, and Cavod Theatre. Shaun’s also enjoys barbershop singing, both in choruses and quartets, and has appeared on stage twice at Carnegie Hall with the No Borders Youth Chorus. Many thanks to Johnathan, Wally, the Servant Stage team, and the Little Women cast and crew for all of the great opportunities!

Tyler Hoover (Musical Director) is a Lancaster County native and has been involved in the regional arts scene for more than fifteen years. Tyler has been blessed to serve as an actor, director, writer, and composer with a number of local theatre companies including Servant Stage, Sight & Sound, Piercing Word, and PRiMA. Tyler also enjoys work as a freelance composer, holding both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Music Theory & Composition from West Chester University. “With gratitude to God, our fantastic audiences and supporters, my beautiful wife Sandra, and our precious daughter Evelyn.” 1 Peter 4:10-11.

Lily Brown (Stage Manager) is thrilled to be back for her fourth production with Servant Stage Company! Past stage managing credits include Joy to the World (Servant Stage), Humor Cabaret (Itsy Bitsy Spider Productions), and The Irish and How They Got That Way (Theatre of the Seventh Sister). She has also done several productions as a stage crew member and set artist. Thank you to Servant Stage for allowing me to serve the theatre community!

Ric Zimmerman (Costume Designer) is excited to be appearing in another Servant Stage production! A Lancaster native, Ric has performed in numerous American Music Theatre and Sight & Sound 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.