Ana Inés Jabares-Pita is a multi award-winning stage designer. Her work crosses a range of genres including opera, dance, theatre, installation, concerts and film. She has a strong classical music background, which laid the groundwork for her interest in Opera. She has recently been awarded an artistic residency with Scape to Create in Florida where she will explore the possibilities of augmented reality and video games in theatre and fine arts. She is always keen to embrace new technologies in her practice.
Some of her most recent work includes: Cockpit, Charlie Sonata (The Royal Lyceum), Wish List (Royal Exchange/Royal Court) Best Studio Production Manchester Theatre Awards 2017, Remnants (Print Room with Erratica) Electronic Folk Opera, LeLa & Co (Royal Court Theatre) selected by the Guardian and Huffington Post in Top 10 UK Theatre Productions of 2015.
Ana Inés was overall winner of Linbury Prize for Stage Design 2013 for her design proposal of The Driver’s Seat for the National Theatre of Scotland. This was also selected for the World Stage Design exhibition in TAIPEI 2017. Her proposal of La Traviata, with the director Max Hoehn took 3rd Prize in the European Opera Prize 2016. She was the winner in the Design category of HECHOS DE TALENTO 2016, an initiative focussing on emerging Spanish talent. Part of the award involved being the face of Spanish Design in some of the most emblematic places all over the world, among them Picadilly Circus and Times Square. In 2014 she was part of The Gate Theatre’s Jerwood Young Designers programme for her work on Idomeneus, which was later selected by the V&A to become part of their archive.