‘Jukebox Saturday Night’ features talented youth

By on May 9, 2018

 

You’ll hear one chart-topping hit after another in Servant Stage’s newest show, “Jukebox Saturday Night.” Spanning the decades and featuring everything from Rock-n-Roll to Broadway to Country, this musical revue showcases the top teen talent in the region.

“We have seen such an increase in young talent at auditions over the last few years. In planning our 2018 season, we really wanted to do a show to feature these incredible teens,” says Servant Stage executive director, Johnathan Bauer. “This is really a chance for them to shine and show what they can do. I think audiences will be blown away by their talent. Even though these students are still in high school or middle school, many of them already have extensive professional credits on their resume.”

The cast features 30 students ranging in ages from 12 to 18. Most are from Lancaster County, but several travel from as far away as New Jersey, traveling several hours to rehearsals and performances.

“There is just a non-stop flow of energy!” says cast member Alex Detter, a sophomore at Penn Manor High School. “It never lets up, and it will be one crowd pleasing hit after another!”

All performances are offered as pay-what-you-will and run May 18 through 20. There are matinee and evening showings, and all take place in the auditorium at WJTL’s Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road, Manheim.

Tickets are required and can be reserved in advance by visiting ServantStageCompany.com or by calling 717-455-0255.

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