Tara Gadomski

Actor / Writer / Director

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Tara Gadomski is a Sundance Institute Knight Fellow and participant in the Philadelphia Screenwriters' Intensive. She is an actor, filmmaker and BBC radio producer. She’s helped cover votes around the world for the BBC, including the 1999 independence referendum in East Timor. She’s produced dozens of broadcast interviews with presidents and prime ministers, and she presented a radio documentary for the BBC World Service at President Obama’s first inauguration. As a fiction writer/director/producer, projects include: I SEE YOU NOW (winner, Spirit of Brighton Award, Brighton Rocks Film Festival) a short entirely created during the 2020 lockdown, and SIGNS OF AGING a short film which challenges ageism. She also co-wrote and produced the radio drama podcast, GESTE. Her short play THE OFFERING won Best Play at the Network One-Act festival in New York. As an actor, credits include: ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK; EMERGENCE and THE BLACKLIST. Tara has been supported by Pennsylvania Council on the Arts to bring improv theatre program to rural schools in PA, where there is little access to performing arts. She also teaches with Philly Improv Theatre and The Unscripted Project.