The play Tamar wrote, The Queen(s) Bee, will be performed on June 16th 2018 at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center with her theatre company The Lunettes.
For more information, please visit: https://www.jcal.org/performing-arts
Tamar begins a new job in family programs and education- stay tuned for more information!
She continues her work at The New-York Historical Society as a costumed interpreter, portraying a suffragist. She will next be seen on Sunday, September 17 on Governors Island at House 18 in Nolan Park from 12-4pm in conjunction with the teen-curated exhibition The Battle for the Ballot: The Centennial of Women's Suffrage in New York. Click here for more information!
Tamar was a facilitator at MoMA's The People's Studio, an interactive space for all ages! For more information, click here. It runs until October 1.
She will also be a guest artist at numerous theatre based camps such as BAX and The Children's Academy, and will be working with the Queens Theatre on a residency at a senior center. Join us on Thursday, June 29th at 6:30 PM for the final performances at Queens Theater!
She also started as a teaching artist with Girls Leadership.
Tamar's students recently completed their performance of Puppet School! Created by kids, directed by Tamar MacKay and Benjamin Weiner.