The Wayfarin' Strangers
Brandon Cameron is excited to be returning to the Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour. This is his fourth show with Servant Stage Company, most recently appearing in Embraceable you: Rhapsody in Gershwin. He has had the opportunity to perform with Prima Theatre, Milton Theatre, Sight & Sound Theatre, and The American Music Theatre where he is currently performing in Crooners. Brandon is from Southern New Jersey and has been involved in theatre across the Tri-State area for over 8 years. "Thank you to Johnathan, Wally, Daniel and Paul for the blessing and opportunity to be a part of this wonderful show.”
Joshua Cody Hunt is excited to be a part of his first Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour and to be making music for the Lord. Raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Cody is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with a BA in Drama/Performance. He is currently an actor in Sight and Sound's production of Samson and has also performed in shows such as: Josiah For President (Blue Gate Musicals), Beauty and the Beast (Chicago Kids Company), Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Children's Theatre), and Unto These Hills (Mountainside Theatre). Cody would like to thank his family and girlfriend for their love and support, and recognize the amazing love of Jesus Christ.
Rachel Krothe is twenty-two years old. She has been singing since she was three, and has only grown more passionate about music the older she has gotten. Her first three loves are singing, acting, and dancing. Recent credits include: Alyssa in Amish Family Christmas, Ruth in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Violet in It's A Wonderful Life, and Understudy Dorothy as well as Dance Captain for The Wizard of Oz (all with Cavod Academy of the Arts). She also is the world's greatest cowardly lion impersonator. Rachel is grateful to Servant Stage for the opportunity to be a part of Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour and she hopes you all love the show.
Della Limbert is elated to be back with Servant Stage for her second year! With a passion for the Fine Arts, Della has been involved with numerous orchestras, choirs, ensembles and theater productions for the past 19 years. It is such a joy to be back performing with her second family! A massive THANK YOU to Daniel Stargel, Wally Calderon and Johnathan Bauer for believing in me and to my family and Michael for their love and support. Turn your radio on!
Paul Marini is so happy to be back with the Servant Stage Company for his 8th show with them! Paul is blessed to have had the opportunity to perform for over ten years with his family and more recently several theater and film companies. "I have had a blast working on this show and I hope and pray that God is glorified, that you are blessed, laugh a lot and have a wonderful time with us. Blessings!" 1st Corinthians 10:31
Kieran Strosser is a mom who always wanted to sing, but never had the gumption to try, until her children motivated her. She began taking singing lessons for her own enjoyment. Kieran is truly thankful to Servant Stage Company for the chance to be a part of this cast, and for her family support!
Claire Southwell is excited to be working with Servant Stage again after appearing in last summer's production of HMS Pinafore. After growing up on the beautiful Canadian West coast, Claire spent several years in Idaho before moving to Lancaster in 2014. She has performed in Twelfth Night, Arsenic and Old Lace, Much Ado About Nothing, and a variety of choirs and ensembles. As always, she is grateful to her husband for his encouragement and support. SDG.
Sue Steffy When the last of her children went off to college, Sue revived her interest in singing and acting. Her favorite Servant Stage role was Hebe in HMS Pinafore. She has performed with Fulton Opera House, Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Popovsky Productions, Susquehanna Stage and sings in choir and on worship team at Calvary Church. Sue studies voice and tap dancing and she’s delighted to be a singing in Gospel Hour again. Thanks to family and friends for the loving support, to RF for the training and to God for the gift.