Tiffany Tang is Associate Director and Communications Director at Intrepid Theatre Company in San Diego, who received her BA in English cum laude from Suzan-Lori Parks’ alma mater, Mount Holyoke College and her MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School in New York City. On stage credits include Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth for Intrepid, as well as productions at San Diego’s Diversionary Theatre, New Village Arts and InnerMission, and with New York’s Cry Havoc Productions and New York Theatre Workshop. Tiffany is a contributor for the San Diego Union-Tribune, a former Artist-in-Residence at Army and Navy Academy and was a featured speaker for the National Association of Independent Schools Conference on her work with Shakespeare in the military school classroom. Tiffany is a project facilitator for Intrepid’s Exiled Voices: The Refugee Art Experience and was a featured presenter along with Christy Yael-Cox at the nationally-attended 2017 Refugee Summit, speaking on leveraging the arts to cultivate understanding for vulnerable populations in the community. Tiffany is the author of Creepy Little Death Poems and a native San Diegan. Twitter: @teeetang & @beintrepidsd. Headshot Credit: Paul Savage.