The grave of Krasnopolskaya at the Troyekurovsky cemetery of Moscow.
In 1971, Tatiana Sergeevna graduated Kuibyshev Theater School, and later in 1986 - Voronezh State Institute of Arts.
Since 1971, Tatiana worked at the Voronezh Drama Theater. In 1975 was announced the winner of the regional contest of creative youth (for the role of Larisa in the play "Four Drops" by Viktor Rozov) and later in 1977 awarded a diploma for the best female role at the national republics’ festival of dramatic arts for her perfomance as Zina ("Love, jazz and devil" by Juozas Grushas). Performed many roles from the classic Russian theatre: Vasilkova Olya and Agnia ("Shines without Warmth" and "Every day is not Sunday" by Alexander Ostrovskiy), Sasha and Sofia Andreevna ("Ivanov" and "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov), Natasha and Monachova ('At the bottom" and "Varvary" by Maxim Gorky). Other roles of the 1970s: Isabel ("The Invisible Lady" by Pedro Calderon), Lidochka ("Krechinsky's Wedding" by Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin), Galya Chetvertak ("And the Dawns Here Are Quiet ..." by Boris Vasilyev).
During 1994-1998, she worked as a teacher at the Voronezh State Academy of Arts. As a film director, staged Pierre Beaumarchais’s "The Marriage of Figaro", Alexander Ostrovsky’s "Profitable Place", and others.