Hi! My name is Meridythe Witt, and I’m a 2021 MMPAC alum and rising sophomore at Radford University, studying dance...
The Mid Maryland Performing Arts Center impacts young lives through its commitment to excellent performing arts education. As one of Frederick’s most respected schools for dance and musical theater, MMPAC welcomes students of all ages and abilities to experience the arts in a safe and enriching environment at our two state-of-the-art facilities in Frederick and New Market.
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2021-2022 Live Life, Love Dance Seniors
“I have been teaching for the Mid Maryland Performing Arts Center since 1991. Throughout nearly three decades of being on the faculty, it has been enormously gratifying to see countless young lives positively impacted, shaped and transformed through the commitment to excellence in dance education. The philosophy of bringing out the best in each individual in a community atmosphere embodies what we do.”
Esperanza AlzonaMMPAC Faculty
Kellie LibertoMMPAC Alum
“Mid-Maryland introduced me to improvisation, dance history, and composition – areas I’ve continued to pursue and develop throughout my career. MMPAC gave me my first exposure to the teaching of dance as I got to assist with classes as a teenager. All this and more, prepared me so well for my undergraduate studies at Slippery Rock University where I got my B.A. in dance and my B.S. in elementary education.”
Jessica MaddenMMPAC Alum
“MMPAC instilled in me professional values that I carry with me through my career as a professional dancer, choreographer, and multidisciplinary artist. From a very young age I was exposed to anatomy, dance history, choreographic devices, voice and acting classes and a plethora of dance styles that really showed me the broad range of what a performing artist and dancer can be. I was not only given incredible technical training, i was also encouraged to remain compassionate, honest, hardworking and insatiably hungry to grow and explore.”