April 17, 2018 | A Conversation With Wally Calderon...

“It’s a pleasure to bring our readers coverage of Servant Stage Company. Servant Stage, based in Lancaster County, PA, continues to grow, enriching the cultural life of our region. The company has two productions set to open next month. It has expanded its summer youth arts program. More people than ever are enjoying Servant Stage performances…”

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in the newsTyler Hoover
December 19, 2017 | "A Green Light for THE OLD TIME GOSPEL RADIO CHRISTMAS"

"If you remember the glory days of a show now no longer called A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION, before it was marred by the pitfalls and transgressions of a modern age, and especially if you ever saw it in person, on one of its PBS specials, or on live stream, then you've experienced the magic of watching a live radio variety show being made. There's something special about seeing inside the experience, about the fourth wall breaking of seeing sound happen..." 

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in the newsTyler Hoover
October 18, 2017 | "Servant Stage FIRST LOOK FUNDRAISER..."

On October 15, Servant Stage Company announced its 2018 season at its FIRST LOOK FUNDRAISER at Lancaster Alliance Church. Over $2,000 was raised in raffle donations at the event as well, necessary because of the rapid growth of Servant Stage, which is doubling its paid staff. Part of the reason for the growth of Servant Stage over the past few years has been..."

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in the newsTyler Hoover
May 17, 2017 | 'The Civil War' will be epic

"Drawing on letters, diaries, first-hand accounts and the words of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Walt Whitman, “The Civil War” is a thrilling and awe-inspiring dramatic theatrical concert that puts a human face on one of the greatest tragedies of American history and explores the experiences of the soldiers and leaders who fought..."

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April 21, 2017 | 'Theatre Geeks' podcast

On this week’s Theater Geeks podcast, Jane Holahan and Mary Ellen Wright talk with Servant Stage’s executive director, Jonathan Bauer, and artistic director, Wally Calderon, about the company’s season, and the challenges of striving for excellence while running a young theater company without a permanent venue.

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