Tiffany Haas is a Broadway performer, entrepreneur and designer. Ms Haas has played Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked. Prior to her Broadway role, Tiffany wowed audiences nationwide portraying the ever-popular Glinda with the National Tour. She also toured as the dance captain for the Tony Award winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone. Occasionally coming down from her “bubble”, Ms Haas continues to please her fan base by regularly appearing with symphony orchestras and cabaret venues including Omaha Symphony, Cincinnati Pops, Steamboat Symphony Orchestra, Alabama Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Southwest Florida Symphony, Sun Valley Summer Symphony. Having a passion for teaching, she also leads master classes in association with many of their prestigious classical music programs and is the guest teacher and performer for the Music Teachers Association of California this summer.
Growing up in her mother’s dance studio, The Academy of Dance in Virginia, Tiffany began dancing at the age of three. She later auditioned and began performing regularly with the Virginia Opera Children’s Chorus and soon developed her love of Opera. Tiffany went on to study Opera and Musical Theater at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree.
During her time in Cincinnati, she won the title of Miss Ohio 2002 and went on to compete in the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, fulfilling a lifelong dream. A longtime supporter of the Miss America Program, Tiffany has been both a judge and a host of the pageant on the state level.
Tiffany has been named a National Spokesperson for Operation Smile, joining a team of doctors on a medical mission to Venezuela, where they provided life-changing surgeries for countless children and adults. This organization is very near and dear to her heart and to date, Tiffany has helped The Academy of Dance raise enough money to bring smiles to approximately 800 children around the globe.
Tiffany’s concert Cheek to Cheek: A Broadway Romance, which she co-created with Broadway leading man Michael McCorry Rose, features music from the Great American Songbook, debuted this year to sold-out crowds in New York City.