Kayla Klase(Featured Vocal Swing) is overjoyed to be returning to Servant Stage with this inspiring show! Favorite credits include: “Mary Martin of Tours” in Sister Act (Dutch Apple Dinner Theater); She Loves Me (Gretna Theatre); "Missy" in The Marvelous Wonderettes (Servant Stage Company); "Glinda" in Wizard of Oz, "Johanna" in Sweeney Todd (EPAC); Love to Shaun, and her family and friends for their unwavering support!
Sarah Poague(Featured Vocalist) is overjoyed to be back for her seventh production with Servant Stage Company! She was most recently in I'll Fly Away during the summer and you've also seen her in the Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour productions as well as Joy to the World! Sarah lives in Columbia with her husband Jeremy and two daughters Madison and Evelyn. She enjoys being at home with her girls and performing with Servant Stage whenever she can! Special thanks to Jeremy for working so hard and holding down the fort, my trio buddies, and to the Lord for this amazing opportunity! We hope that this show will bless and inspire you in an extraordinary way! Love and God Bless!
Kat Prickett(Featured Vocalist) is humbled to once again entertain and serve the community with a company that is so dear to her heart, Servant Stage Company! Singing since age 3, Kat has been seen locally at The Fulton Theatre, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, EPAC, Theatre Harrisburg and with The PRiMA Sisters and Reji Woods Productions. She is also the writer of Then Sings My Soul: Beloved Hymns & Songs Inspired by the Ministry of Billy Graham, which has been touring the area since last August sharing the stories of hymns and the ministry of Billy Graham (returning in April 2019! FB: @ThenSingsMySoulPA). Kat holds a degree in Communications/Broadcasting from Millersville University, and spent 11 years as a television producer and on-air host until 2016, when she and her husband purchased The Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant in Strasburg of which she is now co-owner and Marketing Manager. All my love to Tyler and Elijah Lee. Col 3:17
Andy Roberts (Accompanist / Arranger / Music Director) arrived at his approach to music and composition thru the absorption of musical styles from disparate eras. At 15 he was gigging with rock and country groups around Central Pa. After developing a love for jazz and and classical music, Andy attended and graduated from Berklee College of Music (Boston Massachusetts). Currently, he maintains a busy schedule of music directing, performing, and writing. Andy is currently music director for the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA and the Timbers Dinner Theater in Mount Gretna, PA. For further information, Andy’s website is antigravmuzik.com
A. Scott Williams
A. Scott Williams(Accompanist) is a freelance musician working all over Lancaster County including places like The Red Pin Bar and Grill, Red Caboose Motel and The Belvedere Inn. He has also worked for many theater companies including The Fulton Theatre, Prima, Servant Stage and Dutch Apple Dinner Theater. Mr. Williams was the music director for Prather Entertainment Group and Prather Touring for 10 years. He music directed/conducted and played over 50 shows for PEG including the nationals tours Footloose, The Wedding Singer and Fiddler on the Roof. Originally from Chicago, he earned his BA in piano performance, and his MM in choral conducting. Mr. Williams was nominated twice for a Jeff Citation and received an After Dark Award for Best Music Director in Chicago. He would like to give God the glory for his talent and passion for music.
Ric Zimmerman(Featured Vocalist) is excited to be appearing in another Servant Stage production! He has performed with Servant Stage before in I’ll Fly Away, Joy to the World, Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour and most recently as John Astor in Titanic. 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.