Chris has a degree in Education with a Minor in Theatre and currently teaches middle school Drama in Champaign, Illinois. She has been in many community theatre productions in the Champaign-Urbana area, working mostly at The Station Theatre, the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company, and Parkland College.
Her favorite roles include “L’il Bit” in Paula Vogel’s How I Learned to Drive and Diane in Douglas Carter Beane’s The Little Dog Laughed. Other notable productions Chris has had the pleasure of being in are Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Angels in America; Millennium Approaches, and Lend Me a Tenor. Currently she is in The Station Theatre’s production of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Good Boys and True. Chris can also be seen as “Ginny” in the independent film Scary Normal, written and directed by Jen Bechtel.
Chris directs her school’s yearly musicals every spring, with Into the Woods and Aladdin being two of her favorites. She very much enjoys watching her students realize their love of theatre and witnessing them grow as performers.
Chris has two children ages 12 and 10 and spends her time, between play rehearsals, running them around! She resides in Mahomet, Illinois.
Some Reviews and articles regarding Chris Tabor
A Little Dog Laughed a Strange Summer Delight
A round table interview with some actors from The Station Theatre including Chris.
Sons of the Prophet
'Drive' upsetting - but it works about How I Learned to Drive.
"Family is Family" How I learned to Drive
Doing It All For Free