Matilda the Musical
Meredith is so excited to be joining the cast of Matilda the Musical as Miss Honey at NextStop Theatre company in Herndon, VA. The show runs November 14th-December 22nd and tickets can be purchased at:
Meredith was thrilled to be a part of Olney Theatre Center's concert production of Children of Eden directed by Kevin McAllister and music directed by Chris Youstra.
Meredith is excited to be back at the Workhouse Arts Center playing Audrey in the 1980's cult classic Little Shop of Horrors alongside legendary puppeteer and Little Shop original Bill Diamond as Audrey II. The show runs June 7th- 30th and tickets can be purchased at
Meredith recently produced and performed in a concert alongside her roommate and fellow DC performer, Abby Middleton! They entitled the piece "Sacred to Me" and were thrilled to present the one night event at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Sterling, VA. The concert explored musical theatre, christian and secular music and themes of friendship, loss, faith and.... princesses. They look forward to performing the piece again in the DC area!
Meredith was ecstatic to have been chosen by New York City Center for their January masterclass series taught by Stephanie J. Block. The class was taught before a live audience.
Meredith was proud to be part of team swing on the world premiere adaptation of Big River at Adventure Theatre MTC in February and March of 2019. She swung the adult female track and was grateful to be back on another highly acclaimed premiere piece with Adventure Theatre!
Meredith is a part of the world premiere musical adaptation of Robert McCloskey's popular book Blueberries for Sal. Meredith is understudying both Sal's Mother and Mama Bear. Meredith voiced "Sal's Mother" on the original cast demo's for the production.
Blueberries for Sal is nominated for Outstanding Original Play or Musical Adaptation at the 2019 Helen Hayes Awards.
Meredith is thrilled to be on the team of a brand new musical taking root in Washington, DC entitled 19: the Musical... a musical surrounding women's fight for the 19th amendment. Meredith is originating the role of Lucy Burns, a suffragette who, along with her good friend and fellow suffragist Alice Paul, was responsible for the creation of the 19th amendment and was repeatedly imprisoned and tortured for suffrage causes.
Performance venues and invited performances thus far have included:
The Library of Congress, National Archives, DAR Constitution Museum, Belmont Paul National Monument, The Hill Center, 1st Stage, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Arts Club of Washington and many more.
Keep up with the project by visiting www.19themusical.com.
"Meredith Eib plays Lucy Burns with such a bright earnestness that Burns' imprisonment and torture hits the audience particularly hard"
- BroadwayWorld January 2019
Meredith recently performed with StillPointe Theatre Initiative of Baltimore in their summer production of Urinetown as Lil Becky Two Shoes.
Urinetown received multiple BroadwayWorld Baltimore Best of 2018 nominations including Best Ensemble and Best Musical.
Meredith recently headlined a noon time concert on the National Mall as a part of the SummerSet DC Summer Concert Series. She was joined on the piano by Jonathan Kirby and on percussion by Alex Davis. Selections included: Many the Miles, Orange Colored Sky, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Hand in Hand and more.