Senior Managing Director
Tammy Daniels is a Wilmington native and has been an active member of the arts community for as long as she can remember. She began dancing at the age of 3 and continues to foster her love of dance, music, and theatre. She received her BA in Theatre Performance at UNC Wilmington and continued her passion for performing with the local dance and theatre community mainly performing in musicals and the dance-a-lorus showcase. Tammy also has a passion for working backstage as part of the technical crew in local theatre. When she wasn’t on stage, Tammy could be seen dressed in black while pushing set pieces or running the fly rail. On some occasions, she would even be both on stage and backstage which made for some crazy runs. She started working part-time at the Wilson Center 3 years ago as a House Manager and Tammy couldn’t be more excited to start her new role as the Guest Experience Coordinator. She met her husband through her love of dance and brought him into the musical theatre scene and they have a beautiful daughter who loves to dance.
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