Servant Stage Company presents SING SING SWING

Servant Stage Company presents SING SING SWING If you're in the mood for an energetic song and dance tribute to the Swing era, then don't miss Servant Stage Company's next production, SING SING SWING, on stage this summer at locations across Lancaster County! A joyful and nostalgic salute to the dance styles of jive, lindy hop and the jitterbug; and the music of Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Goodman, audiences won't want to miss this song and dance extravaganza.

"It's the perfect summer show," says Executive Director, Johnathan Bauer. "We're so excited to be bringing this production to so many parks and venues across Lancaster. We've put together a fantastic cast of singers and dancers, and it's a great opportunity for families and people of all ages to come out, hear some fun music, see some incredible swing dancing, and enjoy a beautiful summer evening."

SING, SING, SWING features a cast of professional talent, including Michael Fisher and Reji Woods as featured singers; Sydney Leigh Allen, Kayla Klase, Danielle Poznanovic, Kat Prickett, Leslie Talley and Lauren Wise as the Servant Sisters; Ronnie Brady, Andrea Calderon, Brandon Cameron, Georgia Cerisano, Kolby Colmary, Zachary Fernback, Isabel Subacz, Erisa Sloan and Ric Weaver as featured dance couples and Anna Alexander, Della Limbert, Tyler Hoover, Tony Marini, Christine Moussa and Lance Yunkin as members of the dance ensemble. Music Direction is by Tyler Hoover and Wally Calderon serves as Artistic Director.

"Servant Stage is an amazing company that truly lives out the name and mission it has set," says Reji Woods, who has worked off-broadway, regionally, and owns his own Production Company, Reji Woods Productions. "I think Servant Stage's growth is evidence of what great work ethic, integrity, and a real love for people can accomplish. It's been a tremendously wonderful experience."

SING SING SWING runs July 30 through August 24 at locations across Lancaster County, including New Holland Community Park on July 30 (7pm), Strasburg Community Park on August 5 (6:30pm), Lititz Springs Park on August 13 (3pm & 7pm), The Trust Performing Arts Center on August 19 (3pm & 7pm), and Coleman Memorial Park on August 20 (7pm). All performances are pay-what-you-will, and the only venue that requires reserved seating is The Trust Performing Arts Center. Tickets for that show can be reserved by visiting or calling 603-247-4493.

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