Tamara is a writer, teacher, performer and storyteller from Tallahassee, FL. She contributed to the "A Ramp is Not Enough: Religion and Disability Conference" at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA and has given workshops, corporate trainings and presentations on a variety of topics for BMO Harris Bank, Hyatt Hotels, The Southern Shakespeare Company, Camp Horizon for adults with physical disabilities, Columbia College, Notre Dame De Namur University, University of the Pacific and California State University, East Bay.
Tamara is a graduate of the Second City's Sketch Writing and Conservatory programs and iO Theater’s improvisation program. She has been featured in The Bentwood Comedy Festival, The Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival and Chicago Women’s Funny Fest. Tamara has written and appeared in the original sketch comedy revues “Wigs & Bad Accents, or Identity Politics”, “16 and Pagan”, and “A Box Full of Kittens.” She improvises at iO Theater with the team “Bad Bear.” Since 2015 she has been involved involved with Tellin’ Tales Theater and has contributed to several productions, including “Six Stories Up in a Snowstorm” “Divercity,” Lifeline Theatre’s “Filet of Solo” and The Lyric Opera’s “Chicago Voices, Community Created Performances.” She is thrilled to be appearing in her first production with Theater Wit!