Tiffany is thrilled to be back in her hometown making her Alliance Theatre debut. Theatre credits include: Conference of the Birds, The Folger Theatre; The African Company Presents Richard III and Loves Labours Lost, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Blood Dazzler, Harlem Stages; A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Lyceum Theatre; Obama Drama, The 45th Street Theatre. Television: All My Children, Royal Pains. Tiffany recently starred in the short film Hotel Pennsylvania, which screened at the Cannes International Film Festival, the European Independent Film Festival, and the NY Shorts Festival. Tiffany is also an avid dancer and choreographer. Most recently Tiffany choreographed the world premier musical The Unfortunates at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Tiffany received her M.F.A. in Acting from the Yale School of Drama in 2007. She sends big sloppy love to her Mom Linda Sue and ATL family.
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