Maddie Bohrer has been performing on the stage since the age of three. She has appeared at Mountain Ridge High School, Frostburg State College, Hagerstown Junior College, the Maryland Theater, Potomac State University and Larinem Amphitheater for Apple Alley Players. She has appeared in the child’s chorus in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”; Shprintze in “Fiddler on the Roof”; dance captain and featured dancer in “Guys and Dolls”; Lola in “Damn Yankees”; Babette in “Beauty and the Beast”; Minnie Fay in “Hello Dolly”; a wife in “Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat”; and, her favorite and most recent role, Tracey in “Hairspray”. She has also appeared as Marilyn Monroe and Dolly Parton for the Apple Alley Legends dinner theater.
Besides singing and acting, Maddie is an accomplished dancer having studied dance for 16 years with Frostburg Dance Academy under the direction of Amy Davis. She has studied ballet, pointe, lyrical, modern, tap, jazz and hip hop. She has worked with choreographers Tommy Alexander, Dena Rizzo, Jeff Shade and Zondaflex. In addition, Maddie has taken Master Dance Classes with Paul Taylor, Pittsburgh Ballet, Rioult Dance Company, Martha Graham and Dance Masters of America. She currently is minoring in dance at Frostburg State University and is a member of FSU’s Dance Company.
Maddie has choreographed several theater productions including “Hairspray” and “Pinocchio” for Apple Alley Productions.
Maddie participated in the Miss America Scholarship program. She won Miss Washington County Outstanding Teen pageant in 2008, receiving the most talented non-finalist award at the Miss Maryland pageant. In 2009, she was Miss University City Outstanding Teen, finishing first runner up at the Miss Maryland pageant. Finally in 2010, after winning the Miss Francis Scott Key Outstanding Teen pageant, she finished fourth runner up at the Miss Maryland pageant.
Maddie is the author of a children’s book entitled “Penny’s Penny Puzzle” in 2010. She was inspired to write this book after working with children at the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. All proceeds from the book are donated to the Children’s Miracle Network.
An honor student graduate of Mountain Ridge High School, Maddie currently attends Frostburg State University majoring in Mass Communication and minoring in dance. She is a proud member of the Allegany Arts Council where she has worked with the Arts in the Schools program and the “Arts Bus”.