Lancaster County's fastest growing performing arts studio! Launched in 2007 as a private voice studio, the Studio now offers private voice lessons, acting classes, workshops, masters classes, performance opportunities and much more!

The faculty at Popovsky Performing Arts Studio has a deep love and passion for performing and educating. It is our goal to provide an environment where students can grow and learn in all aspects of the performing arts in order to become well-rounded dynamic performers!

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PPAS Senior Recital

PPAS is very proud of our graduating seniors!  Join us in celebrating their superb talent on Sunday, May 15th at 7pm at Miller Recital Hall in Old Main at F&M.  Admission is FREE!  Seniors include Natalie Young, Laird Farrington, Brian Soutner, Emily Pfiefer. Drew Nyguist, Nic Stauffer and Erin Wee.


Hello Dolly!

EPAC will present Hello Dolly! from April 28th - May 14th.  Artistic Director Edward R. Fernandez will direct this beloved classic, bringing laughs and favorite songs to the stage. Audiences will root for Dolly as she plots to make her own match with wealthy Horace Vandergelder and helps the hapless young Cornelius and Barnaby along the way as they each pursue their own romantic connections.  PPAS is thrilled for this large cast that includes Karey Getz as Ernestina and Rachael Opdenaker in the ensemble!

Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour

Servant Stage Company has brought Old-Time Gospel Radio Hour back by popular demand.  And it's better than ever, featuring new songs and groups, with more of the same beloved hymns and songs, hand-clapping, foot-stomping harmonie and old-time radio comedy.   Shows run May 1st -June 12th.  Just a few of our students will be there to make you smile!  Lizzie Plakans, Cara Reiff, Addison Niven, Jaclyn Niven, Cody McSherry, Shaun Ressler and our Voice Teacher, Kayla Ressler.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

A charming rogue contrives to serve a short sentence in an airy mental institution, rather than in a prison. This, he learns, was a mistake.

At York Little Theater from April 29-May 1 & May 5-8. Rogan Motter will be playing Billy Bibbit.