Servant Stage Announces A MILLION DREAMS: Songs Of Inspiration
Servant Stage is kicking off the new year with a heartwarming and stirring concert, A Million Dreams: Songs of Inspiration. This original revue will showcase stunning vocals, tight harmonies, and original arrangements of a wide variety of uplifting songs, ranging from Broadway to Pop to Sacred and Spirituals.
"It's a diverse program, but each song has an encouraging or inspirational theme," says Servant Stage executive director, Johnathan Bauer. "This is a great show to beat the Winter blues! The arrangements, vocals, and harmonies are just exquisite! And the costumes are gorgeous!"
The cast includes Lancaster performers Ric Zimmerman, Sarah Poague, and Kat Prickett as featured vocalists with Kayla Klase as female vocalist swing. Ric Zimmerman directed the vocals, with original arrangements and musical direction from Andy Roberts. Roberts and Scott Williams take turns as accompanist for the show. The show is directed by Servant Stage's artistic director, Wally Calderon.
"Audiences will love the amazing vocal blend of the trio, as well as the individuality of each singer," says cast member, Kat Prickett. "Finding voices that blend so tightly is not an easy task. The best part is that the three of us are actually friends; we all care very much about each other, and I think this will translate to the audience clearly and add another layer to the show!"
The show will tour to a variety of venues across Lancaster County with 30 performances from January to March, including 3 featured weekends of performances at The Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road, Manheim (Friday-Saturday, February 15th-16th), The Trust Performing Arts Center, 37 N. Market Street, Lancaster (Friday-Sunday, March 1st-3rd), and Lancaster Alliance Church, 210 Pitney Road, Lancaster (Friday-Sunday, March 15th-17th).
To reserve tickets or see the full list of performances and venues, you can visit www.ServantStageCompany.com or call 717-455-0255. All performances are offered as Pay-What-You-Will, as part of Servant Stage's mission to make Great Performances accessible to everyone in the community. The performances at the Junction Center include dinner with the show (tickets for the dinner are $30).
Servant Stage is a non-profit theater serving Lancaster County since 2011 and bringing exceptional entertainment to over 50,000 audience members each year.