TIFFANY NICHOLE GREENE (Director) (she/her) is the resident director of Hamilton (Philip Tour) and directed the off-Broadway premiere of Steph Del Rosso’s 53% Of (Second Stage). Recent credits include the world premiere of Vichet Chum’s High School Play: A Nostalgia Fest (Alley Theatre); Christina Ham’s Nina Simone: Four Women (Arizona Theatre Company); the world premiere of Deneen Reynolds-Knott’s Shoebox Picnic: Route One (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); Adrienne Kennedy’s Ohio State Murders (Goodman Theatre); and the world premiere of Something Grim(M) (Dallas Theater Center), which she also created. Digital credits include the world premieres of Lydia Diamond’s Whiterly Negotiations and Lynn Nottage’s What Are The Things I Need To Remember? for Octopus Theatricals (NYT Critic’s Pick); Stacey Rose’s As Is: Conversations With Big Black Women In Confined Spaces (Manhattan Theatre Club); Alice Childress’ Wine In The Wilderness (Portland Center Stage); and Battle Cry by Bianca Sams (Cleveland Play House). Greene is the Associate Artistic Director of Dallas Theater Center and holds an MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep.