Tatiana Baccari is a Florida born & raised theater practitioner, creative producer, and filmmaker. Her work often centers on the nebulous intersections between identity, gender, and power. She challenges herself to question the patriarchal, cis-heteronormative, white-centered lens through which we traditionally learn and to radically redefine his/her/their-story through consensual theater and film collaboration. Tatiana serves as Associate Artistic Director of Experimental Bitch Presents: a producing entity, current for compassion and hands on developer of new performative works. 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.
Now Brooklyn-based, Tatiana has worked/had work performed at Joe’s Pub, HERE, La MaMa, BRIC, Performance Project @University Settlement, HappyLucky No.1, Greenpoint Gallery and is affiliated with New Circle Theater Company and No Name Theater Collective. She has been a guest lecturer at Fordham University’s theatre department and volunteer at The 52nd Street Project. She was the 2015 Jeff Norton Dream Grant recipient for her full-length play, Ghost Player, about the effects of the genetic mutation, BRCA, on a Jewish Floridian community of women. Favorite acting credits include Cloud Nine (Edward/Betty), Trash Lord: Domestication (Performance Project @University Settlement), Money Lab by Tatiana Baccari/Hannah Allen (HERE Arts Center), Marriage of Figaro (Bazile, Atlantic Stage 2) and All’s Well That Ends Well (Helena, NYU). Love and gratitude to David and Jobsite for the opportunity to work on this deeply challenging and beautiful play. BADA ’16. BFA: NYU Tisch.