Tatiana Suarez-Pico

Tatiana Suarez-Pico (Cravings) is a bilingual actress, writer, and teacher. As an actress she has performed extensively in New York City. Tatiana has worked as a freelance writer for Latin Week NY, Back Stage, and is the co-creator of BodegaAve.com, a bilingual webcomic focusing on multicultural teens living in Brooklyn, NY. Tatiana received a “Groundbreaking Latina” Award from Catalina Magazine for her work on BodegaAve.com. In 2011, her play 443 was developed at Rising Circle Theater Collective and in the Spring 2012, 443 was selected as a finalist for the Leah Ryan Prize for Emerging Women Writers. She is the author of Profit, LRTC, 443, Flesh & Blood, Dog Day, Mountain Air, and She among others. Tatiana has taught acting at Essex County Community College and in the New York public school system through ENACT and the CASA Program at Queens Theater in the Park. MFA, Actors Studio Drama School/New School University. She can be reached at TatianaSuarezPico.com.