Servant Stage Company Announces 2018 Season Preview and Fundraiser

Servant Stage Company Announces 2018 Season Preview and Fundraiser

Servant Stage Company has just announced their 2018 season of shows in a special evening full of highlight performances, featuring more than 60 local professional performers, on Sunday, October 15, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The one-night-only event will take place at Lancaster Alliance Church, 210 Pitney Road, Lancaster, and will include favorite performances from past shows, a raffle featuring numerous items from local businesses, food, and of course, a sneak peek at the upcoming 2018 season!

Local theater favorite Dan Deal will serve as the master of ceremonies for the evening, introducing each of the shows in Servant Stage's 2018 season, including big Broadway musicals, song-and-dance review shows, youth productions, and a classic play!

"We've got something for everyone, with such a variety of productions planned for 2018," says Executive Director, Johnathan Bauer. "We're excited to announce these upcoming shows. Since this is a One-Night-Only event, it gives us the chance to really pull out all the stops. Where else are you going to see this many incredible performers all on one stage?"

Tickets for this one-night-only benefit are Pay-What-You-Will and open to all. Proceeds will benefit Servant Stage Company's 2018 season of shows. For tickets or more information, call 717-455-0255 or visit www.ServantStageCompany.com. Advanced tickets are strongly encouraged, to be sure guests can have a seat.

Servant Stage Company was created in 2011 to serve the community by making outstanding, uplifting and professional entertainment easily accessible to everyone, especially those with physical or financial limitations. In the past year, Servant Stage has brought shows to 25,000 people in parks, schools, retirement homes, churches, and community events, all at Pay-What-You-Will prices.


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