Tabitha Vidaurri is freelance writer and comedian.
She has several years of experience as a copywriter both in-house at Tempest, Oscar, and Violet, as well as within traditional agency settings. She specializes in crafting brand voice and tone, and writing about healthcare in a relatable, down-to-earth way. For a more detailed look at her resume, check out her LinkedIn page.
Tabitha also enjoys writing about the weird, obsessive fringes of pop culture has been published in Slate, The Temper, Dangerous Minds, and The Comedians Magazine.
Inspired by The Kids in the Hall, Steve Coogan, and Cindy Sherman, Tabitha has been doing characters and sketch comedy since 2007, and has performed in the Toronto, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and Milwaukee sketch comedy festivals, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and The Out of Bounds Fest in Austin, TX. She was writer and performer on Prove It All Night! a live comedy variety show on the freeform radio station WFMU. Tabitha has also starred in shorts for Funny or Die, Above Average Productions, Channel 101, and PIT TV as well as plays and experimental theater pieces at The Park Avenue Armory, The Cherry Lane Theatre, Dixon Place, The Brick, The Bushwick Starr, and HB Studios.
Tabitha loves retro horror movies, Kung Fu and Hong Kong action films, and is happily working her way through the Criterion Channel’s offerings. Tabitha is an avid reader, and her favorite living authors include Stephen King, Adam Nevill, Banana Yoshimoto, Grady Hendrix, and Junji Ito. Her favorite dead authors include Shirley Jackson, Richard Matheson, Amparo Davila, John O’Hara, Robert Aikman, and Patricia Highsmith. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband and daughter.