Candace Arndt (Mrs. Eynsford-Hill, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is not anticipating any unseasonably cold spells and is delighted to be returning for her fourth production with Servant Stage Company. Candace survived TITANIC and appeared twice on OLD-TIME GOSPEL RADIO HOUR with Servant Stage Company, has performed locally at The Red Caboose, and with Cavod Community Theatre, Gretna Theatre, The Rainbow Dinner Theatre, and York Little Theater. Off stage, Candace is Momma to Lucy and Micah.
Anna Ashburn (Ensemble) is thrilled to perform with Servant Stage for the first time after moving to Lancaster this past August! Originally from Kentucky, she obtained her B.F.A in Musical Theatre and performed with professional theatres in the southeast region of the country before heading up to NYC, where she performed regionally and took classes to continue to hone her craft. With a deep love for both theatre and missions, Anna had always been drawn to this area through friends she had known for years, and God worked out all of the details in His timing. She is forever grateful to those who have encouraged, prayed and welcomed her on stage with them! Her favorite roles/credits include: SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL (Jojo), UNTO THESE HILLS (Anecie), and CINDERELLA (Cinderella).
Breanna Bergman (Ensemble) graduated with degrees in Music and Music Education from Lebanon Valley College in May 2018. Breanna studied voice privately at LVC for the duration of her undergrad and enjoyed performing with the LVC Concert and College Choirs. She also had the privilege of performing a solo Voice Recital during her senior year. While Breanna takes pleasure in performing, she is equally as passionate about teaching music. She has enjoyed many teaching opportunities presented to her over the past five years, including directing the Kids Kreation Choir at Lititz United Methodist Church and serving as Assistant Music Director with Cedar Crest Middle School Theatre Department. Breanna is currently an Elementary Music Teacher at a local Christian school, where she fulfills her passions to inspire a love of music in children and point them to the Lord.
Katelyn Coryell (Ensemble) is a Lanco native who has returned after 3 1/2 years in Philadelphia where she received her BFA in Musical Theater from the University of the Arts. Besides all the singing and dancing, Katelyn is heavily involved in various different Faith-based young adult groups in the area, running the social media for World Christian Endeavor, working as a personal assistant, and drinking as many cups of coffee as she can get her hands on. Look out for Katelyn in Servant Stage’s production of THE MUSIC MAN this September! Love and hugs to the FamJam, the Crew and our amazing, loving God; without Him I am nothing. Matthew 5:16 www.katelynmariecoryell.com Instagram: @katelynmariecoryell
Melody Griffith (Ensemble) is delighted to be returning to Servant Stage for MY FAIR LADY after playing Mme. Aubert in TITANIC last season. Melody is a junior at Lancaster Bible College studying Musical Theater where she has performed in BYE BYE BIRDIE (Mrs. Merkle), THE MAGIC FLUTE (Ensemble), and MARY POPPINS (Miss Andrew). She is also an accomplished violinist and recently enjoyed playing in the pit for INTO THE WOODS at Lebanon Community Theater. Melody loves reading and writing poetry and fiction and spending time outdoors. She is grateful to the staff at Servant Stage for creating such an uplifting environment in which she can pursue her passion and would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her dreams.
Wes Guidry (Cockney Quartet, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) - This is Wes’ first Servant Stage production, and he's humbled to get to work with such an amazing cast and crew! A Louisiana native, Wes moved to the Lancaster area in 2017 for the Sight & Sound Theatre Conservatory program, where he performed in their JONAH production. He then moved to Branson, MO to perform in their SAMSON musical. Wes is currently working on obtaining a masters' degree in Marriage and Family Counseling while fulfilling his performing passion in different theaters in the area. Many thanks to my family and friends for believing in me and my dreams. Without you, I certainly wouldn't know the joy I know now. To my love, I'm excited to perform alongside you again! To the moon.
Rebekah Hill (Maid, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is so excited to be returning to Servant Stage Company for this production! Rebekah is a recent graduate of Lancaster Bible College with her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. She has performed regionally around Lancaster with the Fulton Theatre (THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME), Opera Lancaster (THE THREE LITTLE PIGS), Susquehanna Stage Company (A CHORUS LINE), Lancaster Bible College (THE MUSIC MAN, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, THE MAGIC FLUTE), and The York Opera Collaborative. She was recently seen as Lucy in THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE with Reverie Actors Company and Kate Mullins in TITANIC: THE MUSICAL with Servant Stage Company. In addition to performing, Rebekah teaches voice at Creative Pursuits Studio and dance at Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy. Thank you to Servant Stage Company for another wonderful opportunity, and her family and friends for their love and support!
Gene Hole (Jamie, Lord Boxington, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is happy to be back with Servant Stage again, after having been a part of TITANIC: THE MUSICAL last year. He studied theatre at Evangel University, and has performed elsewhere in such productions as TAMING OF THE SHREW, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, LITTLE WOMEN, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and RAILS OF IRON. Among his favorite recent roles are Gomez Addams (THE ADDAMS FAMILY), Perchik (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF), and Charlie Davenport (ANNIE GET YOUR GUN). He also has been involved behind the scenes, including directing recent productions of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK and NOISES OFF! at Lebanon Community Theatre. A graphic designer by day, when he’s not involved in theatrical endeavors or sleeping, Gene enjoys writing, drawing and animating in the little free time that remains. Soli Deo Gloria.
Marcus Huber (Cockney Quartet, Bartender, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his Servant Stage debut! He is a student at Temple University where he studies Voice Performance. He has performed in opera, musical theater, and cabaret productions with Fulton Theater, Temple University Opera Theater, Sketch Club Players, Popovsky Performing Arts Studio, and Manheim Central High School. Marcus has been a winner in OperaLancaster’s Young Artist Competition and the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competitions. Some favorite past credits include THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Frederic), IL RITORNO D’ULISSE IN PATRIA (Pisandro), LES MISERABLES (Jean Valjean), and THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (Ensemble). Marcus is originally from Manheim, where he teaches voice at Big Dream Creative Arts Studio. He would like to thank his family, friends, and teachers for their support, and the Servant Stage team for this opportunity! John 3:30
Seth Jerabek (Policeman, Ensemble) is a freshman Musical Theatre student at Lancaster Bible College and is thrilled to be in his first production with Servant Stage Company. After previously volunteering for Servant Stage in the Front-of-House side of things, he knew he had to get involved on stage ASAP. When he's not brewing up or consuming an espresso drink at his local coffee shop, Seth has been seen performing regionally at the Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield, OH. Some of Seth's favorite roles include "Seymour Krelborn" in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, "Monsieur Firmin" in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, and "Pinocchio" in SHREK THE MUSICAL. #AudienceOfOne
(Mr. Doolittle) This marks Dan’s first production with Servant Stage. He counts it an honor to work with so many old and new friends in this wonderful cast and production team. Dan has recently performed in PASSION: THE MUSICAL with Piercing Word, and will begin his second production, THE ONE STORY, with them this Summer. Last Fall, he portrayed Mr. Stanley in Reverie Actor’s Company’s THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, which marked his return to acting after many years of working “behind the scenes” at Sight & Sound Theatres. Dan would like to thank Caleb, Aaron, & Katie for their support and flexibility, as well as Bonnie, Wally, and the amazing team that put this show together! What a blessing!
Della G. Limbert
Della G. Limbert (Ensemble) is extremely excited to be returning to Servant Stage to take part in this iconic and "lov-er-ly" production! For the past 20 years, Della has been active in the Fine Arts field in multiple capacities (instrumental, choral, tech, etc.). Over the past 5 years Della has been involved in multiple productions with several local theater companies including Popovsky Performing Arts and Reji Woods Productions. Past theater credits include DO BLACK PATENT LEATHER SHOES REALLY REFLECT UP, LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (crew), and SING SING SWING. It is truly a joy to be a part of such an amazing family of performers and to bring joy to so many in the Lancaster community. Thanks to Bonnie, Dan, Wally, Johnathan and my Dearest Michael for their encouragement, love and support. For His Glory!
Meagan Mapson (Mrs. Pearce, Ensemble) is so excited to be performing with Servant Stage this year in one of her favorite classic musicals! Meagan is originally from Carrollton, GA but has been a proud resident of Lancaster County since 2010. She has been blessed to perform at many great theatres in the area, such as Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, The Fulton Theatre, Rainbow Comedy Playhouse, and Piercing Word. She’s excited to make her debut this summer at Gretna Theatre in the role of Mrs. Sowerberry in OLIVER! Favorite credits include Saint/Ensemble in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (Fulton Theatre), Agatha in GUYS AND DOLLS (Fulton Theatre) Mrs. Brill in MARY POPPINS (Dutch Apple) and Nun/Ensemble in SISTER ACT (Dutch Apple). Meagan would love to thank everyone at Servant Stage, her church family, her friends and family, and her supportive and incredible husband, Jeff. All glory to God! Colossians 3:16-17
Moses Mariscal (Cockney Quartet, Professor Karpathy, Ensemble) has been performing for most of his life, focusing mainly on opera and musicals. He has recently starred in the musical JEKYLL AND HYDE, and had an important role in BRIGADOON. He has lived in three countries.
Chris Nissley (Harry, Charles, Ensemble) is from Stevens, PA and is thrilled to be in his first Production with Servant Stage. He has performed locally with Piercing Word for 3 years. Prior to moving to PA, he performed with Calvary Theater Arts Dover, DE for 7 years, and in multiple choir and vocal groups as well. He is grateful for this opportunity and hopes you are entertained and blessed by it. Psalm 40:3
Nik Olson (Freddy) is elated to make his Servant Stage Company debut with such a talented group of artists! Previous regional credits include NEXT TO NORMAL (Henry) at Oyster Mill Playhouse, TREASURE ISLAND (Meade Slykar) at The Fulton Theater, IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU (Marty) at Keystone Theatrics, and HOW TO SUCCEED (Finch) at Susquehanna Stage Company. Nik would like to thank Wally and the entire creative team at Servant Stage for this remarkable opportunity. He also sends love to his friends and family, especially Mom, Dad, Mammaw, Audrie, and Carly for their never-ending support and inspiration. He dedicates this and every performance to the memory of his mentor and dear friend, Steve Doud.
Elizabeth Rickard (Queen of Transylvania, Ensemble) is so pleased to join the amazing cast, crew, and staff of Servant Stage again for MY FAIR LADY. She previously appeared with Servant Stage Company in TITANIC and has credits with Piercing Word, including Ruth and Naomi in RUTH, Peter’s Wife in PETER, and miscellaneous roles in DANIEL and CORINTHIANS. She was also in the choir for the American premiere of The Luther Oratorio and also enjoyed appearing in THE SECRET GARDEN with CAFE. Elizabeth sings with the Worship Ministries at Calvary Church, where she also helps with the children’s drama programme, and teaches voice and piano lessons. “Glory to God, and thanks to my family.”
Jon Rider (Colonel Pickering) is extremely proud to be part of MY FAIR LADY. Audiences may recognize him from Servant Stage productions of A CHRISTMAS CAROL, TITANIC, and THE OLD TIME GOSPEL RADIO HOUR. He played Rooster in the Broadway tour of ANNIE, originated the role of Abraham in Sight & Sound’s ABRAHAM AND SARAH, and starred in the Veritas Press video series, THE GOSPELS. Jon has authored several books, including The BIBLE: By The Numbers, to encourage people of all ages to read their Bibles, A Journey To Contentment, his book of devotions, MARTYR, his historical musical drama, and The Double Enigma, a spy novel. As always, Jon dedicates his work to the Lord, Who blesses him every day through his wonderful wife, Kristen.
Donna Schilke (Mrs. Higgins) - Locally: Servant Stage- TITANIC: THE MUSICAL (Ida Straus), LITTLE WOMEN (Aunt March/Mrs. Kirk), and THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Miss Prism); Cavod Theatre - DRIVING MISS DAISY (Daisy Werthan); The People’s Shakespeare Project- MACBETH (Witch/Old Woman/Gentle Woman), AS YOU LIKE IT (Anna and Hymen) and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Mrs. Quince); Sight & Sound Theatres- JONAH and SAMSON; Piercing Word- 2018 Summer Camp, DANIEL, LUKE 1 & 2: THE CHRISTMAS STORY, and I JOHN Sermon Starter. Regionally: multiple seasons with the Winnipesaukee Playhouse and Playhouse on Park; Ivoryton Playhouse; 7 Angels Theatre; River Rep at Ivoryton; Essex Steam Train; National Tour- MAGIC TREEHOUSE: THE MUSICAL; as well as numerous commercial, film, print, and voice projects. She is widely traveled, and has performed, taught and choreographed at home and abroad. Ongoing thanks to Servant Stage for making theater so accessible to this community.
Gretchen Singles (Ensemble) is excited to be returning to Servant Stage Company for My Fair Lady. She was previously in Titanic this past September. She wants to thank Wally, Jonathan, and Bonnie for the opportunity to be apart of this show and for the support from her family and dear friends!
Leslie Talley (Eliza Doolittle) is so thankful to be a part of another production with Servant Stage Company! She was last seen in SHERLOCK HOLMES (Mary), LITTLE WOMEN (Meg), and SING SING SWING (Sister) with Servant Stage. Her credits also include several years at Sight & Sound Theatres in BEHOLD THE LAMB, RUTH (Ruth), MIRACLE OF CHRISTMAS (Mary), IN THE BEGINNING (Eve), and ABRAHAM AND SARAH (Sarah). Leslie has since been acting onscreen in film/tv/commercial/print. A HUGE hug to Cora and Vivian for always being the most loverly little ladies in my life, and an even bigger hug to the most loving husband! Thank you to all my family and friends for your endless support! “Wherever God is, there is peace.”
Austin Weaver (Ensemble) is thrilled to be performing with Servant Stage Company again after his debut in TITANIC. Most recently seen in Cavod Theater’s production of MY FAIR LADY, he was delighted to have the opportunity to perform the show again. “The songs and energy of the show are so compelling.” In his free time, Austin enjoys running, sports, and playing the ukulele. Thank you to my family and friends for all the support you’ve shown, you guys are incredible!
Chris Wert (Henry Higgins) is delighted to be working again with his dear friend, Bonnie Bosso, and the wonderful team at Servant Stage, where he has had the opportunity to perform and direct in several shows. Chris currently serves as the Director of the Story Department at Sight & Sound Theatres, where he has also performed and directed in many productions over the years. He holds his MFA in Theatre from the University of Florida. He wishes to thank the three loves of his life - wife, Holly, and daughters, Stella and Margot. I Peter 1:3-6
Curtis Wilson (Cockney Quartet, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is thrilled to be a part of Servant Stage Company’s production of MY FAIR LADY and work with so many old and new friends. A native to southwest Missouri, Curtis is so pleased to call Lancaster his new Home! Curtis has performed at various regional theaters throughout the country including Sight & Sound Theatres for the past 13 years. He has also been a featured vocalist on Norwegian Cruise Lines. Currently, Curtis is loving running Seasons Olive Oil and Vinegar in Downtown Lancaster, and continuing to pursue his love of the arts at various theaters in the area. “A huge thank you to the supportive group of friends that I get the privilege of calling my family. You are more precious than blood to me. Also, a huge shout out to my love who pushes me to be a better person and challenged me to get out of my comfort zone and believe in myself. ….And back my love!”
Jacquelyn Zliczewski (Mrs. Hopkins, Maid, Servants Chorus, Ensemble) is thrilled to make her Servant Stage Company debut in MY FAIR LADY! As a Millersville University Alumni, in Communications/Theatre, she is honored to return back to her old stomping grounds to bring this classic golden age musical to life. Some of Jacquelyn’s most recent performances include: Piercing Word’s PASSION: THE MUSICAL and Cavod Theatre’s ANNE OF GREEN GABLES (Mrs. Blewett and Mrs. Barry). Last year, Jacquelyn graduated from the Sight & Sound Conservatory, where she performed in the 2018 run of JESUS. She is blessed to continue performing in the area and looks forward to God growing her in this new season. Jacquelyn would like to thank Servant Stage for the opportunity in being apart of this beautiful production. A special thanks to all the family, friends and colleagues who continue to lovingly support Jacquelyn in her journey!
Pianist, Kendra Bigley, is a versatile collaborative artist and respected pedagogue. A native of Eugene, Oregon, she began studying piano at the age of 6 and received numerous state and regional awards throughout her formative years. She earned the Bachelor of Music (cum laude) in applied piano from the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Barry Snyder, Fernando Laires, and Jean Barr. Ms. Bigley has built a career as an accompanist, vocal coach, and instructor at institutions such as The Fulton Theatre, OperaLancaster, PRiMA Theatre, Florida International University, the Ransom Everglades School, and Lancaster Bible College, where she is currently the Director of Collaborative Piano. Her most recent Servant Stage involvement was Music Director/Conductor for TITANIC. Ms. Bigley lives in Lancaster City with her husband (conductor and fellow Eastman graduate, Dr. Robert Bigley) and their daughter.
Mary Boner works for the Upper Deerfield Board of Education in Seabrook NJ. This is her 18th year working as a Scenic Designer and Props Mistress. She has designed for over 40 productions for Hopewell Crest Elementary, Haleyville Elementary, Cumberland Regional H.S., Cedar Creek H.S., Lancaster Bible College, Cumberland Players, OBSP and for the Levoy Production Group. Some of her past credits includes: ANNIE, PETER PAN, OKLAHOMA, CAROUSEL, HELLO DOLLY, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, SISTER ACT, BYE BYE BIRDIE, and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Future endeavors are- FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, MAMMA MIA, and MARY POPPINS. She is so excited to be a part of the production team for Servant Stage. Also, she thanks her husband and family for their love and support and gives God all the praise for His blessings and guidance.
Since receiving her theatre degree from SUNY Stony Brook, Bonnie has been a stage manager in NYC, the Director of Entertainment for Hersheypark, and a twenty-year veteran of Sight & Sound Theatres. She is currently employed by Franklin & Marshall College as their production manager. Bonnie has produced, directed, and otherwise put her stamp on hundreds of productions for organizations such as the Lancaster Academy for the Performing Arts, Lancaster Bible College, Reverie, Prima Theatre...and of course, Servant Stage, for whom she has directed SHERLOCK HOLMES and THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. She is thrilled to be back with it, and to be working with so many "old" friends. Love your mission statement, Servant Stage!
Glen Brodersen has been serving the theatre community for more than 25 years. He has had the privilege of using his diverse production talents at numerous churches and theatres on both the East and West Coasts of the US along with Europe. Currently, he serves as the Technical Director at Sight & Sound Theatres where over the past 13 years he has had the opportunity to support the company in a number of different production related roles. Glen is excited to have been part of Servant Stage in numerous ways over the past few years and now looks forward to bringing the MY FAIR LADY set to life.
Jordanne Brodersen has been a freelance stage manager in the Lancaster area for the last 3 years. Previous Servant Stage credits include THE CIVIL WAR, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, OLD TIME GOSPEL RADIO CHRISTMAS, I’LL FLY AWAY, TITANIC, and most recently, A CHRISTMAS CAROL. In the past, she has worked in multiple capacities with various other local theatre companies and currently works as a lighting technician at Sight & Sound Theatres. She is also a member of the Stage Manager’s Association.
Lily Brown was born and raised in Lancaster County. She began her theatrical career as a set painter with Cavod Academy and has painted sets, worked backstage, and stage managed many productions since 2015. Over half of her credits include Servant Stage shows. She was so humbled for the opportunity to become the Servant Stage Administrative Assistant in 2017. “It is such a blessing to be surrounded by people who make these productions so amazing. Servant Stage has been such a blessing to my life and I am forever grateful for all of the experiences I have with them.” Colossians 3:15
Aaron Crosby is a local Lighting Designer in Lancaster. He has been a part of the Lighting Design team at Sight & Sound Theatres for the past four years. Most recently, Aaron served as the Lighting Designer for their production of Jesus. Prior to coming to Lancaster, Aaron received his MFA in Lighting Design from Temple University where he designed for a variety of productions including: The Brother/Sister Plays, The Matchmaker, La Finta Giardiniera, Brigadoon, and Hair. Aaron has also worked at The Wilma Theatre in Philadelphia, The Pullo Center in York, The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival in Allentown, the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, and Theatre for the Thirsty in St. Paul. He has also designed for concerts including: Stellar Kart, Superchick, Citizen Way, Tom Chapin, and Wynonna Judd. Aaron is excited to be collaborating with Servant Stage for the first time in this production of My Fair Lady.
Adam Geesaman is married to Emily and the father of Lucy. They currently live in Akron, PA. Adam has been apart of theater and live production with a focus in audio for 18 years. A few past experiences of note would be Sight & Sound Theatres, Victory Church, Dutchman LLC, and PRiMA Theatre.
Priscilla Barden Kaufhold
Priscilla Barden Kaufhold holds a MFA in dance and design from George Washington University and has been the Costume Designer/ Costume Rental Shop Manager at Millersville University since 1984. Priscilla is an adjunct professor at York College of PA and Artistic Director of Barefoot Dance Company. She has received a PA Artist-in-Residence grant, has served as a PA Arts in Education grants panelist, and is on the Board of Lancaster Summer Arts Festival. Capturing the movement in fabric to enhance a character's silhouette has always been a fascinating puzzle for her to solve. For over thirty-five years, her costume designs and choreography have been commissioned by dance companies, colleges, high schools, community theaters, choirs, churches, opera companies, and individual artists. After costuming AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS for Servant Stage, Priscilla is thrilled to be back for MY FAIR LADY!
Anne Nye currently holds horn positions with Allegro Orchestra of Lancaster, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra and The Pennsylvania Philharmonic. She also regularly performs with several other regional orchestras, including the York, Lancaster, Reading, and Kennett Symphonies. She has a passion for chamber music and co founded, Manor Winds and Trilogy Brass and plays with the Lancaster Brass Quintet. She is the orchestra manager and professor of Horn at Lancaster Bible College and teaches lessons in her home studio. She enjoys networking and bringing people together, both musically and socially, and often contracts the musicians for local choral, theater and church groups. She holds a degree in French horn Performance from the Wheaton Conservatory in Illinois. Although music keeps her quite busy, she also has an antique business at Tollbooth Antiques in Columbia, PA and enjoys sewing, knitting and re-purposing objects in the historic farmhouse where she resides with her husband Rob.
Shaun Ressler is no stranger to Servant Stage Company, having designed sound for nearly a dozen of Servant Stage’s past productions and acted in several as well. He has a passion for theater, sound design, and singing, and has also worked with Ephrata Performing Arts Center, PPAS, OperaLancaster, and Cavod Theatre, to name a few. Shaun graduated from Millersville University with a BA in Music (Voice) and a BS in Computer Science, and works as a Software Engineer for Cargas Systems. Many thanks to Kayla and the SSC team for all their support and encouragement!
Joe Sharick, born and raised in New Kensington, PA, received his BMUS in Piano Performance from Lancaster Bible College (prof. Kendra Bigley-BMUS, Eastman School of Music), and completed his M.M. in Piano Pedagogy (prof. Patricia Powell-D.M.A., Catholic University of America) from West Chester University in May of 2019. An accompanist of 9 years, he has worked collaboratively with a variety of vocal, instrumental, and theatrical organizations in Lancaster and the West Chester area, including Servant Stage, Dutch Apple, and Opera Lancaster. Joe loves performing everything from classical solo repertoire to modern musical theater, and teaches at his own piano studio in Lancaster and online.
Jordon Ross Weinhold
Jordon Ross Weinhold has orchestrated many musicals in both the United States and United Kingdom. Orchestrations: CLOAK AND DAGGER (Signature Theatre, DC), THE LIBERACE MUSICAL (Off-Broadway, NYMF), THE COBALTEANS (Off-Broadway, NYMF), ALEX NEWELL IN CONCERT (Pittsburgh CLO), SISTER ACT (Pittsburgh Premiere), TOULOUSE! (Chicago), INTO THE WOODS (Harvard University), SWEENEY TODD (Tulane University), WEST SIDE STORY (Cambridge, UK), ANNIE (London), SWEET CHARITY (London) and ELYSIUM (World Premiere, Ohio Northern University). Education: Point Park University. www.jordonrweinhold.com
John Whiting has designed lighting for the Amish Experience, Lancaster County, and for the José Greco Dance Company's New York performances. A theater and scene design graduate of Michigan State University, John has won design awards at the national level of the American College Theater Festival and has 40 designer credits at Green Room Theatre and Roschel Performing Arts Center. John designed five of the stations on the Hershey's Chocolate World ride. He also designed sets for SCHOOL FOR WIVES at the Theater of the Seventh Sister, and ELIXIR OF LOVE and I PAGLIACCI for the Lancaster Opera Workshop. He has also co-designed the Lights for the Navy Band Christmas concerts in Constitution Hall; as well as some Navy Towne hall meetings that were televised at Andrews Air Force Base to the sailors all over the world.This is John’s 4th collaboration with Servant Stage Company. He also designed the sets for SHERLOCK HOLMES, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, and TITANIC.
Dore’Ann Weaver has had the privilege of being involved with stage and theatre work for the last 31 years. From designing shows to on stage preforming and much in between but she prefers being behind the scenes. She is very excited to be joining the Servant Stage family once again to use her talents for stage. Dore’Ann loved her 5 year 15 show run of shows at Cavod Theatre when she could work side by side with her husband Craig and her four children Jacquei, Alex ,Ric, and Abi. Her creative talent is now being focused on hosting and stage managing a traveling show with Third Space Theatre and opening her own business involving theatre and Private Parties French Twist events. Thank you Servant Stage for this opportunity.
Emmanuel Williams is a freelance choreographer and photographer. He graduated from George Mason University in 2017 with a B.F.A. in Dance and a B.S. in Sport Management. During his time in the GMU Dance program he learned professional repertoire by Robert Battle, Alejandro Cerrudo, Donald Byrd, and others. Additionally, he choreographed for and performed in numerous student performances. In November of 2017 he created Luna, a dual platform for photography and choreography. Since then, Luna has had 4 performances under the Durang Dance Collective and A-Y/Dancers, as well as with DancEthos located in the DC Metro area. He is extremely humbled by the opportunity to continue to work choreographically with Servant Stage and especially blessed to be doing it alongside his wife Isabella Williams. But most importantly he is deserving of nothing but is blessed by the grace and mercy of God.
Isabella Williams is a freelance dancer who earned her B.F.A. in Dance from George Mason University. As an undergraduate, she was cast in works by Soon Ho Park, Mark Morris, Roger Jeffrey, and many student works. She enjoys performing and teaching dance, as well as creating new choreography. She is a principal dancer with COBALT Dance Company and has performed new works with Luna Dance and A-Y/dancers in collaboration with the Durang Dance Collective. She is excited to be involved with Servant Stage Company and looks forward to more opportunities to collaborate in the future.