Tiffany Tang

Director of Communications and Community Partnerships, Associate Director


Tiffany Tang is an actor, published author and native San Diegan, joining the Intrepid team as an actor in 2010 and as a staff member in 2012. Tiffany received her MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School. NYC acting credits include New York Theatre Workshop, The Gallery Players, Cry Havoc Productions and Circle in the Square Downtown. Internationally, Tiffany has toured China with the Mount Holyoke Glee Club Alumnae and performed in the Scarborough Drama Festival in England with a production of Cabaret while earning her Diploma in English and American Literature from the University of Kent in Canterbury. Local credits include Intrepid (Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth) Diversionary (Amazons and Their Men, Well), New Village Arts (Men on Boats) InnerMission (The Vagina Monologues), Circle Circle dot dot (Derbywise) and Playwrights Project (SROLifestages:Reflections). Tiffany was the social media manager and blog editor for the San Diego campaign of One Billion Rising, the global movement to end violence against women and is a contributor for the San Diego Union-Tribune, penning an ‘Actor’s Diary’ for the Sunday Arts Section during Intrepid’s run of Macbeth. She was the Artist-in-Residence at the Army and Navy Academy for two years and a featured speaker for the National Association of Independent Schools Conference on her work with the cadets and Shakespeare. Tiffany is a project facilitator for Intrepid’s Exiled Voices: The Refugee Art Experience, contributed an article on the program to the California Department of Social Services Refugee Programs Bureau newsletter and was a featured presenter along with Christy Yael-Cox at the 2017 Refugee Summit. Tiffany is the author of Creepy Little Death Poems. 

Contact: tiffany at intrepidtheatre dot org

Intrepid Shakespeare Company credits:

Acting Credits
Romeo and Juliet
Breadcrumbs (Staged Reading Series)
Terra Nova (FREE WILL)