TAMARA SILER (Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Ensemble) is a veteran of over 80 theatrical productions in around Houston. Thunderclap Productions: THE GREAT STORM; Stages Repertory Theatre: PANTO HANSEL AND GRETEL (Witch), XANADU (2014, 2017 – Melpomene), BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL (Ruthie/Ned). Ensemble Theatre: FRONT PORCH SOCIETY (World Premiere – Winnie), ONCE ON THIS ISLAND (Asaka). Main Street Theater: WORKING (Maggie Holmes), PUTTING IT TOGETHER (The Wife), DOG ACT (Zetta Stone), CAROLINE, OR CHANGE (Caroline), SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL (Sour Kangaroo). TUTS: THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Jewel), CHESS (Ensemble), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Ronnette). Music Box Theatre: AVENUE Q (Gary Coleman). Bayou City Concert Musicals: ON THE TOWN (Hildy). Country Playhouse/Queensbury Theatre: HAIRSPRAY (Motormouth Maybelle), DREAMGIRLS (Effie). The Little Room Downstairs: A NEW BRAIN (Lisa). New Heights Theatre: THE LIFE (Queen). KMS Musicals: CHILDREN OF EDEN (Ensemble), PARADE (Ensemble, Angela). Film: First Mourner in the award winning short film BULLY: A Musical, Thunderclap Productions. Graduate of Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and Rice University (BA, History). Tamara is also Deputy Director of Admission – Access and Inclusion at Rice University.