Tiffany Wong is an actor and director working across Gadigal and Wurundjeri lands.
She is the Founder and Artistic Director of Slanted Theatre which aims to showcase and support emerging Asian Australian theatre-makers and presents shows with all Asian or predominantly Asian casts and crews. In three years, Slanted has worked with over 100 Asian-Australian artists and was featured as a Champion of the Asian Australian 2022 List.
For Slanted, Tiffany is currently directing ‘Boom’, an Australian Premiere of Jean Tay’s work to be presented at KXT on Broadway. She also directed ‘Short Blanket,’ a world premiere by Matt Bostock, ‘Lady Precious Stream’ by S. I Hsiung at The Flying Nun at Brand X – testing the concept of meshing traditional Peking Opera with Western performance styles, ‘Three Fat Virgins Unassembled’ by Ovidia Yu for KXT Storylines & Slanted Theatre, and the debut production for Slanted of ‘Ching Chong Chinaman’ by Lauren Yee.
She is currently the Directorial Assistant to Richard Carroll on ‘Murder for Two’ at the Hayes Theatre Co. She has also been Assistant Director to Courtney Stewart for Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘Top Coat’, Lucy Clements for New Ghosts Theatre Company’s ‘Iphigenia In Splott’, and Javaad Alipoor for National Theatre of Parramatta’s ‘Things Hidden Since The Foundation Of The World’.
Apart from directing, Tiffany is also an actor and made her professional onstage debut playing Juliet in William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet (Australian Shakespeare Company) earlier this year at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. She will be making her professional film debut in ‘Five Blind Dates’ (Prime Video & Goalpost Pictures) to be released in 2024. She is a proud member of Actors Equity.