musical theatre expert
Meredith Eib graduated with her degree in Musical Theatre from Catholic University of America in 2017 (where she was awarded the Excellence in Musical Theatre performance award at her commencement) and has since performed professionally in Boston, New York, New England, Virginia, DC, Baltimore and more.
Some of her regional DC credits include: Little Women (Jo March- Catholic University), the TYA world premieres of Blueberries for Sal and Big River with Adventure Theatre, Wild Party (Constellation Theatre Co. - Helen Hayes Nomination Best Ensemble and Best Musical 2017), Avenue Q (Kate Monster- Workhouse Arts Center, Broadway World Nomination Best Leading Actress in a Musical DC 2018), Urinetown (Lil Becky Two Shoes- StillPointe Theatre Initiative, Baltimore MD- Broadway World Nomination Best Baltimore Professional Production) and more. Regional credits include: James and the Giant Peach (Spiker- CIC Theatre Co., Boston), 25th.. Spelling Bee (Rona Lisa Peretti), Children of Eden (Mama Noah), Seussical (Mayzie) at Derryfield Repertory Theatre and a summer residency with The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH (roles including Cinderella, Wendy Darling and more).
In addition to her musical theatre performing, Meredith has had the honor of singing with the American Pops Orchestra (back up to Emily Skinner and Christopher Jackson), as a headliner with the SummerSet DC Concert Series on the National Mall, at Atlas Theatre’s Intersections Theatre Festival, and is currently workshopping 19: the Musical, a new musical focusing on the suffragist’s fight for the 19th amendment which as workshopped at historic sights around DC such as The Washington Arts Club, DAR Constitution Museum, the Library of Congress, Belmont-Paul Monument, Montpelier Mansion, 1st Stage, the Hill Center and much more.
She is featured on the original cast recordings of both 19 and Blueberries for Sal. Most recently, Meredith was selected by New York City Center to perform at their Front and Center masterclass program alongside broadway superstar Stephanie J. Block. Meredith has also been invited to sing 25+ national anthems including a televised ESPN NASCAR race with a live audience of 100,000+, was a finalist for the Miss America Organization through the Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program, and was inspired to sing professionally by getting the last minute opportunity in high school to sing the Prayer in concert alongside international star Josh Groban.
In addition to her performing, she currently teaches music and runs the drama program part time at Holy Redeemer School in Kensington, MD as well as voice for Blue Feather Music and the Highwood Theatre in Silver Spring, MD.
This summer, you can find her playing the role of Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors at The Workhouse Arts Center June 7-30th. She is thrilled to be working with Laura and Blue Feather on this exciting new project!