Arts and Letters

Christmas Concert

Join us for MCC's annual Christmas Concert on December 2, 2021 at 7pm! The concert will feature the MCC Guitar Ensemble, Instrumental Ensemble, The Dimensions, and the Concert Choir. Celebrate the season with us as we offer a wide variety of Christmas music and a traditional carols sing-along!

FREE ADMISSION. Appropriate for all ages.

MCC's Arts & Letters Series serves as an open door between the college and the community, offering a diverse array of performances, lectures, and dialogue that celebrates all art forms. To view or download a PDF of the 2021-22 Arts and Letters Brochure, click on the image below. 

Arts & Letters Series 2021-22

Take One

TAKE ONE is MCC's after school performing arts program for children ages 8 -12. This year's performance will be Matilda JR. Classes are held every Tuesday beginning on September 28 and ending with a final performance on January 22. 


Stage 2
STAGE 2 is MCC's theatrical training group for ages 13-19. Emphasis is on character development, teamwork and community service. Students are involved in committees, helping with costumes, set design, props, advertisement and fundraising.

Susie Johnson


With the combination of Meridian roots and passion for the arts, Susie Johnson is taking the reins of the College’s Arts & Letters Series as director and is leading the signature entertainment program to new heights.

President Dr. Thomas Huebner said Johnson is the perfect addition to the MCC family. “She is a well-respected member of the arts community in Meridian and brings a strong sense of vision, energy and enthusiasm to everything she does,” he said.

Johnson has served as executive director and education director of the Meridian Symphony Orchestra. She is the founding director of Stage 2, a local theater group geared to teens and the arts and was youth director for the Meridian Little Theatre.

Also, Johnson was the recipient of the statewide Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education Exemplary Arts Service Award and serves on the board of directors for MAAE and serving on the Community Arts Team for the Any Given Child initiative.

She graduated from Asbury University in Wilmore, KY, and received her master’s degree from Vanderbilt University.

Johnson and her husband Joel are the parents of Jenna, Benjamin and K.K. The trio comprises the musical group Track 45.

For more informationFor more information:
Susie Johnson, Director of Arts and Letters