Meredith Eib grew up on the beautiful Seacoast of New Hampshire before relocating to Washington, DC to complete her Bachelors of Music in Musical Theater at Catholic University’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.
Since graduation, Meredith has enjoyed creating a career in both the Washington, DC and New England theatre markets. NH regional credits include: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Rona), Seussical (Mayzie), and Children of Eden (Mama Noah) with the Derryfield Repertory Theatre and a 2017 summer residency with the Palace Theatre for their children's summer series (roles including Cinderella, Wendy Darling, Snow White and more). Boston regional credits include: James and the Giant Peach (Spiker). DC credits include The Wild Party with Constellation Theatre Co., Blueberries for Sal with Adventure Theatre, West Side Story Concert Suite (The Kennedy Center), Kate Monster in Avenue Q and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors with Workhouse Arts, Lil Becky Two Shoes in Urinetown with StillPointe Theatre Initiative, as well as Little Women (Jo March), Into the Woods and City of Angels with Catholic University's Main Stage. Additionally, Meredith is currently workshopping and playing Lucy Burns in 19: the Musical, a new musical with Through the 4th Wall Productions. 19 highlights and explores the suffragette fight for the 19th amendment and has performed educational workshop productions at historic venues such as DAR Constitution Museum, The Belmont Paul Museum on Capitol Hill, the Hill Center, as well as upcoming performances at The Library of Congress and The National Museum for Women in the Arts.
In addition to Meredith's theatrical endeavors, she has had a variety of unique performance opportunities such as singing "The Prayer" alongside Josh Groban in concert (Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester NH), singing the Canadian National Anthem for the NASCAR Sylvania 500 (live television audience and 110,000 people in attendance), competing, placing and winning talent awards within the Miss America Organization (Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program) and more. While in DC, Meredith performed has with DC Music Theatre Workshop, at the Atlas Performing Arts Center’s Intersections Festival, the Bulgarian Embassy, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, The American Pops Orchestra, Arts Club of Washington, 1st Stage, as a headliner on the Nationa Mall as a part of the SummerSet DC concert series, at various historic cites throughout the city and as a professional church cantor for The Saint John Paul II National Shrine and the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land.
In addition to her performing endeavors, Meredith has a deep interest and extensive experience in serving her community. She has given her time and shared her music with the Little Sister's of the Poor, Armed Forces Retirement Home, Bethlehem House Inc., the Best Buddies Organization and more. While at Catholic University, Meredith felt a desire to incorporate her love for service with her love for performing and so created The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s first interdisciplinary minor, Music as a Form of Education and Service. Upon graduation from Catholic University, Meredith was awarded the President’s Award, the highest award given to a graduating student based on scholarship, commitment to community and service.
Meredith continues to perform professionally in both DC and New England and is currently teaches both elementary music as well as private voice lessons for a variety of studios in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She continues to study voice professionally with Dr. Rachelle Fleming, and offers private voice and piano lessons to young, aspiring singers. She is extremely excited to see what might be next on this wild adventure.