Tatiana Baccari is a director, theater practitioner and creative producer hailing from Clearwater, Florida. She serves as Artistic Director of Experimental Bitch Presents, a feminist producing company and developer of bitchy performative work. Tatiana deeply craves performance-based work that misbehaves, grapples with big questions, and that is formally rigorous, feminist and queer. She has written, directed, and produced live theater at Joe’s Pub, Access Theater, HERE, The Flea, and The Connelly Theater, among others.
In Florida, she’s worked with Jobsite Theater, American Stage and Ruth Eckerd Hall. Favorite directing credits include her adaptation of Macbeth (Brooklyn Navy Yard/No Name Collective), Trash Lord: Domestication by Sophia Heinecke (Performance Project) and PETRIFIED by Emma Goldman-Sherman (The Chain Theater). Tatiana is a member of the 2019-2021 SDCF Observership class, a 2019-2020 Access Theater Artist-in-Residence with EBP and was recently awarded Creative Pinellas’ 2020-21 Emerging Artist Grant. She’s been featured in Bust, Playbill, and The Villager. BFA: NYU Tisch. TatianaBaccari.com