Mary Beth Penjuke holds a Masters degree in Education from Cabrini University, a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, and a Level 1 Orff Teaching certificate from the University of the Arts.
She is a music teacher for the Pennridge Area School District where the music staff has been recognized as a “best community for music education” for three consecutive years by NAMM, a national music organization. Since 2008, she has taught instrumental, vocal, and general music classes to students in grades K-8 at various elementary and middle schools in the district. In addition to her teaching duties, she has directed the elementary honors band, initiated a summer band program, and is a 2018 recipient of a Pennridge Community Education Foundation grant.
Penjuke is a member of the Dutch Country Players (DCP) in Montgomery County where she was last seen as Joy, the lead in the regional premiere of Sean Grennan’s “The Tin Woman.” Other prominent roles include Janet McKenzie in “Witness for the Prosecution” and Joan Daly in “The Snowball.” At DCP she has served as an assistant director and a vocal coach for various Family Theatre productions including “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe” and “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” For the last three summers, she has served as a co-director for Camp Bravo at the Doylestown Conservatory of Music, directing, choreographing and staging “Aladdin Jr”, “Suessical the Musical Jr” and “Broadway Now.”
Mary Beth lives in Telford with husband Tim Wolfe and their two-year-old twin boys.