For 30 years, our mission has been based on the belief that our customers' needs are most important. Our family owned company is committed to meeting and exceeding those needs.
Focus is on you & your guests…not the DJ.
As a result, a high percentage of our business has been
blessed by repeat customers and consistent referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust
and deliver you the best service in the industry.
Remember, we will work with your budget!
Basic Rate: $675.00 first 4 hours, then $75.00 per hour
- $200.00 deposit to confirm your date.
Wedding Special: $695.00 first 5 hours, including ceremony!
- $200.00 deposit to confirm your date.
620 Annarose Run
Westerville, OH 43081 Phone: (614) 476-0963
Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Closed Sun)
Stan Stine has a 35+ year music-theatre career and is an OSU alumnus. For Gahanna Community Theatre in 2011, Stan performed in Mame and 2010, The Sound of Music. In 2009, Stan was King Sextimus in Once Upon A Mattress, 2008, he played Gaston in Beauty & the Beast, 2006 he was Rudolph in Hello, Dolly! and he was cast as Ewart Dunlap, in 2005’s The Music Man. Stan directed For Such A One As This and the musical premiere of Hope Is Born Again for Stonybrook United Methodist Church Drama Theatre. In 2004, Stan was Hamlet in the musical Rags at Gallery Players. He Produced Stepping Out, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown and he was cast as Felix Ungar in The Odd Couple for Emerald City Players in Dublin, which earned him the Central Ohio Best Actor of the Year. Stan hosted ECP’s Just Desserts Theatre and is still a featured vocalist with the Emerald City Swing Orchestra. Stan portrayed Detective Dan, in the Map Torch independent motion picture, Jack’s Habit. In 2003, he played Mr. MacAfee in Bye Bye Birdie for Gallery Players and in 2002 he appeared as comic, Neal Tilden, in ECP’s 1940’s Radio Hour and he won Central Ohio's Best Comedy Actor of the Year. Also in 2002, Stan shined as King Arthur in Camelot for GCT and was cast in GCT’s summer Creekside Murder Mystery Theatre for four seasons. In 1997, Stan undertook double roles in Actors Theatre’s Oliver. Other roles: Oliver (Bill Sykes) GCT 1995, Brigadoon (Tommy) GCT 1996, Guys & Dolls (Sky) GCT 1998, ‘Lil Abner (General Bullmoose) GCT 1999, Annie (Servant) GCT 2001, My Fair Lady (Chorus) 1997, Carousel (Tech) 2000 & Oklahoma (Tech) 2007.
At Kenley Players, in Warren, Dayton, Columbus, OH & Flint, MI, Stan appeared in productions with Harvey Korman, Tommy Tune, Shirley Jones, Henry Winkler, Vincent Price, Ed Ames, Sandy Duncan and he was Lighting & Sound Director for John Davidson. Other film credits include Warner Brothers’ Foil (murderer) and Brubaker starring Robert Redford (extra). Stan played the lead role in the Chicago premiere of Hal Price’s musical Vanity Fair, for a limited run. Stan’s regional credits include: The Fantasticks (El Gallo), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Miles Gloriosus), Once Upon a Mattress (King Sextimus, Sir Studley) for Merry-Go-Round Repertory, Cooch Dancer (The Clown), Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik), The Sound of Music (Captain von Trapp), Camelot (King Arthur, Lancelot), Other roles with Opera Columbus: Madame Butterfly (Bonze), Marriage of Figaro & Barber of Seville (Dr. Bartolo), Tosca (Soldier) and Albert Herring (Constable). Stan was an MC for the Miss Ohio Pageant Touring Co., 2 yrs Miss Ashland Pageant Co-Host with Lee Jordan (News 5) & former Miss Ohio, Robin Meade (CNN).
Stan was a recording artist / producer in Nashville, TN, appearing on the Nashville Network and he won the WJKZ-100 Oaks Vocalist Contest. Stan frequently sang the National Anthem for Nashville Sounds Baseball and he continues to perform this and the Canadian Anthem, for Columbus Clippers Baseball and Columbus Convention events. He proudly sang at OSU stadium, for the 1996 USA Olympic Soccer Team vs. Columbus Crew exhibition games. Stan has served often as a choir director, was the Contemporary Music Director at Peace Lutheran in Gahanna, OH and an Assistant Scoutmaster with Gahanna BSA Troop 98. Both his sons, Adam & Ben are Eagle Scouts.
Stan owns Partytime! DJ's and continues to entertain at charitable events throughout Ohio, including the The Micah Jones Foundation Brainsong "Rock the Walk" in Zanesville, Ride For Candi’s Kids @ C&A Harley Davidson, Plain City and American Cancer Society Relay for Life. He volunteered with Appalachia Service Project, Muscular Dystrophy, OMEA State Vocal Music Adjudicated Events and is currently a Vocalist with CenterPoint Westerville Contemporary Worship.
Adam Stine has been performing professionally since the age of 8 when he played a Pick-pocket in Actors Theatre’s Oliver, in 1997! Adam's Gahanna Community Theatre credits include, one of the Snow children in Carousel in 2000, an Orphan in Annie in 2001, Music Man, (Tommy) in 2005 and the comical Barnaby in Hello, Dolly! in 2006. Adam is a 2007 GLHS graduate, attended Otterbein University and plays guitar and piano. Adam was in the GLHS Chorale, Acapella Choir & had roles in productions of Les Miserables (chorus), It's A Wonderful Life (Mr.Martini), Fiddler On The Roof (son), Varsity Varieties and GLHS Performance Studio. He has performed as a Vocalist with Peace Lutheran Contemporary Worship, sings the National Anthem for the Columbus Clippers and Adam has been with Partytime! DJ's for 20 years.
Ben L. Stine began his performance career at 8 years old, in 2000, as one of the Snow children in Carousel for Gahanna Community Theatre! Also for GCT in 2001, Ben played Sandy (the dog) in Annie. Ben had numerous roles at GLHS, in Fiddler On The Roof (father), Jesus Christ Superstar (High Priest), the Ghost of Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol. Roger (aka Rump) in Grease, adult Ralphie & Narrator in A Christmas Story and Ben was outstanding in his dual role as Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde in Jekyll and Hyde (the musical). Ben is a 2010 graduate of GLHS, was a member of the GLHS Chorale, Acapella Choir, Performance Studio and he plays drums, piano, guitar and bass. Ben attended Otterbein University, sings the National Anthem for the Columbus Clippers and was both Keyboardist and Vocalist with Peace Lutheran Contemporary Worship. Ben has been with Partytime! DJ's for 17 years.