Back Home Again
Greenwood United Methodist Church is thrilled to have these two great musicians back with us again this year for an amazing program you will certainly enjoy. Please subscribe to our email list below to be notified of future events.
JUSTIN STAHL is a native of Beech Grove, Indiana. Beginning at age five with the encouragement of his great-grandfather, Justin was mostly self-taught in piano and organ. His passion for music has reached many venues that have included accompanying for several choral departments, directing church music, playing for community theatre, and serving for nearly twenty years in the Indiana Army National Guard's 38th Infantry Division Band.
Justin has most recently entertained thousands of patrons of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in the ten productions of their annual Yuletide Celebration, playing the 3/24 Wurlitzer installed at the Hilbert Circle Theatre. Theatre organ has always been a passion of Justin's and has taken him to performance venues across the United States and Australia.
A graduate of Marian University with a Bachelor's degree in piano performance, Justin presently serves as Choir Director for Pike High School in Indianapolis. His approach and philosophy includes the continued promotion of the theatre organ by using a wide base of musical genres.
Eric Scott Kincaid
ERIC SCOTT KINCAID grew up in the neighborhood behind the Greenwood United Methodist Church, and the second telephone number he memorized after his own home phone was the church’s number! He is also a proud alumni and former drum major for the Greenwood High School Marching Woodman. Eric Scott trained as a dancer in Chicago both as a scholarship student at the Gus Giordano Dance school, and then with a scholarship awarded at the Lou Conte Studio-home of the Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. He has performed in new dance works created at the historic Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Lee, MA. He was a guest performer and teacher for Rosie O’Donnell’s Broadway Kids-a program designed for New York City Public Schools. At Lincoln Center in New York, he has taught master classes in acting, singing, and dancing, and performed hundreds of private solo concerts for their Meet the Artist program. He has performed at the United Nations in the premiere of Conscience and Courage a Cantata by Elizabeth Swados and has travelled literally around the world as a featured vocal soloist with the concert venture The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber singing opposite international star Sarah Brightman. On Broadway, he performed the role of Skimbleshanks “the railway cat’ in the long running Broadway hit CATS. Also: Aspect of Love (Broadway); Newsies (1st National tour); Doody in Grease (Chicago); Bobby Kennedy in the world premiere of One Shining Moment (Chicago); Alvin in I Love my Wife (Bridgeport, CT); Riff-Raff in The Rocky Horror Show (Actor's Theatre of Louisville); Emcee in Cabaret (W. Virginia Public Theatre); Cole and The World Goes ‘Round (Music Theatre of Connecticut); Pirelli in Sweeney Todd (Portland Center Stage). He has appeared as the 'Broadway singing' Paul Shaffer on The Late Show with David Letterman and in comedy features for the Conan O'Brien Show. Eric Scott received his B.A. from Northwestern University.