tatiana pandiani - director, choreographer
Tatiana Pandiani is an Argentine born, NYC based director and choreographer who works in English and Spanish. She currently serves as the Associate Director for "What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck and directed by Oliver Butler on Broadway (Helen Hayes Theatre).
Recent work includes "Christina" by Alexis Sheer (Cleveland Playhouse, workshop) "Dike" by Hannah Benitez (Urbanite Theatre), "Friends with Guns" by Stephanie Alison Walker (NYTW, workshop) "Nanas" by Leonardo Gonzales (LATEA / LaMicro Theatre), "Sensitive to Bite" by Eljon Wardally (Primary Stages), "Nicky Park Memorial Park" by Deepali Gupta (Hypokrit/ New Georges, workshop), "Field, Awakening" by Melis Aker (Signature Theatre / Corkscrew Festival) & the international tour of Le Negrophilie (Collymore Hall, Barbados; Ubumuntu Festival, Rwanda; Kampala Theater Festival, Uganda).
Tatiana has served at director-choreographer and dramaturg for the ongoing development on the bilingual musical, "Azul, Otra Vez" (Blue, Revisited) at Tofte Lake Center, New York Theatre Workshop, BRIC, The Drama League.
Other new play development includes projects with NYTW, Westport Country Playhouse, Cherry Lane Theatre Playwrights Festival, Pipeline Theatre Co., WalkUp Arts, Timucua Arts Center, PlayXPlay, Lanesboro Arts, IATI Theatre, Teatro LATEA.
Upcoming: Development for "When My Mama was a Hitite" by Melis Aker at the Park Theatre in London and "Fefu and her Friends" by Maria Irene Fornes at Hofstra University.
Tatiana is a Teaching Artist at the Atlantic Theatre Company, an adjunct professor at Hofstra University and an Associate Artist at Miami New Drama. She was a NYTW Directing Fellow and is a recipient of the 2018/2019 National Directors Fellowship from the O'Neill Center and Kennedy Center. SDC Associate Member. Representation: Paradigm. MFA: Columbia.