Victoria Tamez is a bicoastal actor, singer, dancer, and teaching artist. Her previous work as a theatre educator has been with organizations such as the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Professional Training Program, TheatreWorkers Project, People’s Theatre Project, Shakespeare Re-mixed, and Trinity Theatre Project. She’s also worked as a production intern with Ensemble Studio Theatre LA through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and has studied with the American Theatre Wing’s SpringboardNYC program. She’s performed in Echo Theatre Company’s reading of DREAMHOU$E as well as off-Broadway as Ophelia in the solo show Hamlet & Ophelia with the Semicolon Theatre Company while also creating new, socially conscious, devised theatre in New York with Naked Angels (The Issues Lab Project). She’s performed at The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion with Shakespeare LA and traveled to Hangzhou, China to perform in the world premiere of Pacific Cinderella the Musical with the Hangzouh School of the Arts. Select past theatre credits include Danielle (Language of Angles), Hermione (The Winter’s Tale), Hermia (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Chloë (Arcadia). Web-series: Nina (The Clinic).
Victoria’s passion lies in helping young students: cultivate their imaginations, develop their creative-critical thinking skills, express themselves through their bodies and voices fully, and work independently as well as collaboratively within an ensemble. She believes that quality theatre education should be accessible to everyone and that the arts have the ability to be an agent for positive social change. Victoria is a graduate of the LACHSA Theatre Department; she also holds both a BFA in Dramatic Arts and an MA in Arts Management & Entrepreneurship from The College of Performing Arts at The New School in New York City.