Tamara Paulino

Tammy studied voice at Carnegie Mellon University and earned her BFA in musical theater from the Boston Conservatory. Her performing endeavors have taken her from many performances at the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theater in her home town of Delaware, to the national and international tours of Bye Bye Birdie, Nickelodeon’s Rugrats Live, and Dora the Explorer Live, both with unprecedented sold out performances at Radio City Music Hall. She feels extremely blessed to have spent ten years performing on stages touring throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the Philippines. She is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association, the union representing professional stage managers and actors. For seven years, Tamara served as the director and choreographer for Sanford School in Hockessin, De before making the big move out west.

Tammy is currently a musical theater educator, director, and choreographer in the area, having recently relocated from the east coast. Upon arriving in Orange County, she immediately started work as the director and choreographer for Riverside Children’s Theater production of “My Son Pinocchio”. After a successful run, Tamara has been directed and taught private voice lessons at Acting Academy for Kids and most recently served as the director of musical theater at McCoy Rigby Conservatory for the Arts. For seven years, Tamara served as the director and choreographer.