....is a full-time storyteller and part-time industrialist. (Her blood is partially comprised of black coffee and flash paper).
Hailing from a small Midwestern town, she has explored the art of storytelling as a writer, performer, and director in both stage and recorded media. After being nominated for a Kennedy Center Irene Ryan Acting Award, graduating from the Viterbo University Theatre Program and studying at The National Shakespeare Conservatory, Tabetha went on to spend many years in New York City working on various productions and endeavors.
Her voice over work includes a special holiday PSA for Bam Margera and an interactive game for the anniversary Woodstock DVD. Her passion for storytelling has led her to Los Angeles where she is writing and developing a film, a stage musical and a graphic novel as well as planning a three month trip to Glasgow to write her book Battle of the Belle of the Bar: William Wallace, Freedom and Scotch.
She has a blog. It is HERE. Just a bit of fun with the occasional jesting rant about the world.
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