The Radio Team

Gabby Griffonetti is a freshman at Solanco High School and is so excited to be a part of her first Servant Stage Show! Some of Gabby's favorite performances include The Pajama Game, 13 the Musical, and Children of Eden. She is so thankful for this opportunity.

Erin Mary Lynch is grateful to be part of Servant Stage’s Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour. She is a freshman at Lancaster Catholic where she enjoys being part of Concert Choir, Mass Choir, dance ensemble and the school musical. She has been performing since she was 8 with her first role in Holly Jolly Christmas (Dutch Apple) followed by her favorite role of Susan Waverly in White Christmas (also at Dutch Apple) when she was 9. Since then, she has appeared on stages across Lancaster County including Sight & Sound, American Music Theatre, Prima, EPAC and Susquehanna Stage Company and has enjoyed being a National Anthem soloist for the Lancaster Barnstormers. This is her first show with Servant Stage. Erin Mary is training in voice, dance and acting. She can also be seen in Crooners, running April through October this year at American Music Theatre. Love and gratitude always to God, her family, friends and teachers for supporting her, and a special thanks to Daniel and Johnathan for this opportunity.

Cassidy Martin is thrilled to be doing her first show with Servant Stage Company!  She has recently been involved in shows in the area with Cavod Community Theatre, PRiMA Theatre, Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Itsy Bitsy Spider Productions, Conestoga Valley High School, and various other venues.  She would like to thank Megan Poff, Reji Woods, David Felty, and Michael Truitt for their guidance as well as her friends and family for their never ending support of her and her dreams. Most importantly, Cassidy would like to give all of the glory to God.

Brad Myer is very excited to perform in his sixth Servant Stage Company production. Fourteen years old and in the 9th grade, he has been involved in theatre since age seven. A few past credits include Voices of Christmas (Multiple Roles) and Joseph (Multiple Roles) with Sight and Sound Theatres; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Edmund); Aladdin Jr. (Aladdin) with Cavod Theatre; A Swingin’ Christmas (Peter) with Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre; and Yankee Doodle Dandy: Music of America (Emcee) and A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Past, Peter Cratchit, Narrator) with Servant Stage Company. Brad also enjoys playing piano, tap dance, ballet, and taking voice lessons. He would like to thank Johnathan Bauer and the rest of the Old-Time Gospel production team for this opportunity to serve the Lord with this phenomenal group.

Jon Rider, as always, is proud to return to Servant Stage, having just played Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. He's sung with the Los Angeles Opera and Lancaster Symphony Choir, originated the roles of “Publicus” in The Centurion: The Musical and Abraham in Sight & Sound’s Abraham and Sarah, and played Dr. Drosselmeyer in Fulton Theater's The Nutcracker and Rooster in the Broadway tour of Annie. Jon starred in the highly acclaimed video “Faith: the Sunday School Evangelism Strategy” for Lifeway Christian Services and the Veritas Press video series, “The Gospels”. He has authored several books, including The BIBLE: By The Numbers, a book of puzzles designed to get people of all ages to read their Bibles; A Journey To Contentment, his book of devotions, and The Double Enigma, a spy novel. He has written more than fifty songs and, on a grander scale, is the author of the libretto and lyrics for MARTYR, his historical musical drama. As always, Jon dedicates his work to the Lord, Who blesses him every day through his wife, Kristen.

John Spencer “Originally from Southwest Missouri, I made my way East after being hired at Sight & Sound Theatres where I still work some 14 years later. I met and married my wife, Angie, and we currently live in Lancaster with our 2 daughters, Lael and Alonna. It has been almost 15 years since the last time I performed for a live audience but something I’ve wanted to get back into for a long time. My biggest passions are writing feature films, short films, manuscripts, and inspirational stories. I’ve always been inspired by the way stories have the ability to change and challenge us. I believe the elements that make for a great story also make for a great life! I am looking forward to serving along side of Servant Stage Company to bring these beautiful songs that we all cherish to life with such an amazing array of talented singers and musicians.”


Katherine Snyder, born and raised in Lancaster County, recently finished her sophomore in the piano performance program at Lancaster Bible College. Beginning piano lessons when she was six years old, she accompanied for the Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster for five years. With the Lancaster Academy for the Performing Arts, she accompanied the elementary and high school choirs for two years and has played for their productions of The King and I and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Additionally, she was the rehearsal and show accompanist The Music Man at LBC and for Servant Stage’s Forever Plaid. Katherine also enjoys collaborating with other musicians and teaching private lessons. She is absolutely thrilled to have this opportunity to work once again with Servant Stage.