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Tatiana is a Brooklyn-based director, theater practitioner, and creative producer originally hailing from a small city on Florida’s lesser known (but equally sunny) west coast. She directs, devises and produces theatrical work at the intersection of identity, gender, and power.

Tatiana serves as Artistic Director of Experimental Bitch Presents, where she makes bitchy & badly behaved new performance. This has included collaborations with artists and companies such as Diana Oh, The Bushwick Starr, Upstream Artists’ Collective, Performance Project @University Settlement, and Samieva Theater.

Tatiana is a 2019-20 Access Theater resident and part of the 2019-20 SDC Observership class. In New York City, Tatiana has made theater at Joe’s Pub, HERE, BRIC, The Flea, HappyLucky No. 1, Medicine Show Theatre, Performance Project @University Settlement, Alchemical Theater, NYU Gallatin, Access Theater and the Connelly Theater. She frequently returns to Florida’s Tampa Bay and has worked with regional companies and venues such as Jobsite Theater, Ruth Eckerd Hall, and American Stage.

In 2017, Tatiana launched Private Revolution, an online platform that broadcasts women openly discussing their sexual and reproductive health and distributes essential information about changing laws that seek to govern them.

Tatiana received her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

I strive to dramatize the unpredictability of the self-identifying body and mind within a societal or political structure.