Meet Our Team

Many different backgrounds. One common vision.


Johnathan BaueR

Executive Director

Johnathan lives in Strasburg with his wife, Rebecca, and children, Gabriel and Jubilee. Originally from Maine, he came to Lancaster in 2008 to work as a performer with Sight & Sound Theatres. He fell in love with Lancaster County and has stayed in the area ever since, working as a performer or director with most of the local theatre companies. Johnathan and Rebecca started Servant Stage in 2011, and have been involved in every Servant Stage production since. Johnathan has a degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Southern Maine.

Philippians 3:10

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Wally Calderon

Artistic Director

Originally from Green Bay, WI, Wally earned his BFA in Music Theatre Performance and Direction from Ohio Northern University. For over 15 years, Wally traveled the country as a freelance performer, director, and choreographer. Notable stays include the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN, The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH, Hershey Park, and the highly credited Stagedoor Manor in upstate New York. For the last 5 years, Wally has worked at Sight & Sound Theatres in multiple positions. “Special thanks to my wonderful wife Andrea and sweetest daughter Joyanna for their love and support. All the glory to God for the amazing gifts and opportunities He has given me!”

Psalms 149:3


Tyler Hoover

Managing Director

Tyler is a Lancaster County native and has been involved in the regional arts scene for more than fifteen years. Tyler has been blessed to serve as an actor, director, writer, and composer with a number of local theatre companies including Servant Stage, Sight & Sound, Piercing Word, and PRiMA. Tyler also enjoys work as a freelance composer, holding both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Music Theory & Composition from West Chester University. “With gratitude to God, our fantastic audiences and supporters, my beautiful wife Sandra, and our precious daughter Evelyn.”

1 Peter 4:10-11


Katie moser

Production Manager

Katie lives in Manheim with her lighting designer husband Tim and 3 sons Wyatt, Hudson, and Riley. She has been involved in Lancaster County theatre for over 25 years, most recently as the Production Manager of Piercing Word, a ministry that performs the Bible word for word in dramatic and musical performances. Katie has also worked on staff at LCBC Church in the Worship & Arts and Kid Ministry departments and at Sight & Sound Theatres as Production Stage Manager. She is a freelance stage manager and set designer for local Lancaster theatres such as PRiMA, the Apollo Awards at Hershey Theatre and Lancaster Bible College. She graduated from Kutztown with a Bachelor of Arts in technical theatre. Katie attends LCBC Church at the Manheim Campus with her family. There she volunteers on the tech team running graphics and acting as tech director for LCBC gatherings and other creative projects. She loves working in local theatre with so many great friends!

Psalm 116:2

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Rick Knight

Director of Community Involvement

Rick Knight, and his wife, Jennifer, have been actively involved in stage productions for over 20 years, organizing and managing many productions. Rick and Jen are both singers, and have performed on various stages in the US and Europe. Having spent most of their adult life in missions/education, they are happy to settle with their young son in Lancaster County, and consider it an honor to be involved with Servant Stage Company!


Lily brown

Administrative Assistant

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