Tiffany McCue received her M.S.Ed. in Educational Theatre from the City College of NY and her B.A. in Theatre Education from Manhattanville College. Tiffany enjoys “wearing many hats” and has worked as a stage manager, house manager, performer, and teaching artist. As a proud native New Yorker, Tiffany is an active member of Queens community theatre and spends as much time as possible working on shows. She has previously worked for Irondale Ensemble Project as a teaching artist and education intern, the Anthropologists as a stage manager and creative partner, and Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy as a drama and gym teacher. Some of her favorite performance credits include: Sandy in “Ghosts of Bogota” (Four Walls Theatre), Uzo/By My Side in “Godspell” (St. Gregory’s Theatre Group), Amapata in “Ampata and the Magic Lake” (Harlem Children’s Theatre Festival), and Barbara in “Black Coffee” (Parkside Players). Tiffany cherishes working at MMDG where she is able to wear each of her proverbial hats on a regular basis including: teaching drama classes for camps, stage managing or house managing rental events, and coordinating the internship program.