Thom Huenger is a local educator, performer, and composer of music. Since joining the MET in 2012, he has composed the music for numerous productions including, Robin Hood: Occupy Sherwood, Oedipus Rox, and the award winning Young Olympians. Thom has been teaching music since 2009 and has a private lesson studio at the MET. He holds a bachelors and masters in music composition from Shepherd University and Shenandoah Conservatory, respectively. For the last seven years Thom has also run the FUN Camp musical theatre sessions.



Matt Lee has been involved with the Frederick theatre community since childhood, when he started taking classes with the Ensemble School. Since becoming a MET company member, he has taught teen improvisation and scene study since 2012. A graduate of Hood College, where he’s been a guest instructor, Lee has taught improvisation workshops at Frederick Community College, Mount St. Mary’s University, and York College, as well as teaching drama for children in the FCPS FAST program. He is currently MET-X Artistic Director and has worked throughout the area as an actor, director, and writer.



Sarah has been working in children’s theatre for over 20 years as an educator, director and stage manager. Before moving to Frederick, Sarah worked at Imagination Stage in Bethesda as a member of the education team working in house and at MCPS as part of their satellite program. Sarah began teaching at The MET in January of 2017. She was in the summer production of Young Camelot and the Fight for the Holy Grail, with MET X. Sarah is an active member of The British Players a community theatre company that produces British plays and events, her favorite productions being Old Time Music Hall and traditional British pantomimes.



Christine Mosere began her theatre career in NYC performing with Primary Stages, Peccadillo, and LaMaMa. TV credits include Comedy Central’s TV FunHouse, Spin City, and One Life to Live and Law and Order. She received a Best Director OOBR award and was a NYIT Best Director nominee. She believes in always keeping your chops up and considers herself a lifelong learner and loves bringing her passion for the art of theatre within her class. Her teaching technique grew from her work with Ron Stetson of The Neighborhood Playhouse and coach Tim Phillips. She has a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University, and received a Best Director OOBR award as well as received an NYIT Best Director nomination and is a proud member of the Actors Unions AEA and SAG-Aftra.



Thomas Scholtes has been performing improv his entire life (his teachers and family members have the headaches to prove it!). Beginning his studies at TJ High, in college Thomas joined The Bureau, the University of Maryland’s only sketch, improv, and stand-up group. They won Best Performing Group and Best Schedule of Performances three years in a row. After college, Thomas joined The Comedy Pigs, Frederick’s premier improv comedy troupe, and has been with them for 8 years. Thomas wrote and sang “Frederick State of Mind,” as well as writing the “MacBook Air Parody” on YouTube with over 2 million views. Thomas has been teaching Improv 201 at MET for the past two years, as well as hosting some intro-to-improv and sketch writing workshops last summer.



Laura K Stark has been performing and teaching improv for over 20 years.  She has performed with such companies as New York Improv, Gotham City Improv, Washington Improvisational Theatre and currently the MET’s Comedy Pigs.  She has participated in Improv festivals in NY, Baltimore and in Washington DC.  She has taught children and adults theatre and improv throughout her career; Western Connecticut College, Black Rock Center for the Arts, within Public School systems in Connecticut and Maryland and for the last 5 years at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre.  She has been an invited speaker for Frederick County Public Schools, taught Improv at Mt. St. Mary’s University to their Communication Studies students as well as their Resident Assistants training program and to Senior Citizen Care Givers.  Currently, Laura resides in Frederick County with her husband, dog and three children and is an Ensemble Member with the Maryland Ensemble Theatre. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Shenandoah University.