Tatiana Godfrey was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received a BFA in Drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Tatiana has had a varied career in theater. She served as the assistant director of the off-Broadway premier of No Dog’s Allowed, by Sonia Manzano; she is a founding member of New York’s Pipeline Theatre Company and Atlanta’s Fabrefaction Theatre Company; she was featured in HBO’s David Mamet film Phil Spector; she co-wrote and produced Josh-n-Tati’s Racist Comedy Special. After graduating with an MFA in dramaturgy from the University of Massachusetts, Tatiana worked as the Company Dramaturg for WAM Theatre in the Berkshires and as co-Artistic Director of Impro Theatre in Los Angeles. She currently works as Literary Manager at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.