Staging Places
Ana Inés Jabares-Pita
Ana Inés Jabares-Pita Greater London Scotland
Based in: Scotland
Member Of: SBTD
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Ana Inés Jabares-Pita is a designer and artist. She is interested in blurring the boundaries between art and theatre. Her work crosses a range of genres from fine arts to opera. She has worked in some of the most prestigious venues in the UK, such as Royal Court Theatre, Young Vic, Birmigham Rep, Royal Manchester Exchange also including art galleries such, Dulwich Picture Gallery, V&A, as well as venues all over the world.

Ana Inés’ work has received multiple awards and nominations including Overall Winner of Linbury Prize for Stage Design 2013 for her design proposal of The Driver’s Seat for the NTS, which was also selected for the World Stage Design exhibition in Taipei 2017, 3rd Prize in the European Opera Prize 2016. In 2014 she was The Gate Theatre’s Jerwood Young Designer, for her work Idomeneus, which became part of V&A’s archive. She won the Design category of Hechos De Talento thanks to her trajectory, becoming the face of Spanish Design in some of the most emblematic places all over the world, among them Piccadilly Circus and Times Square in NY.

Image credit: Richard Hubert Smith and Dimitri Djuric

Featured Work


Title/Role: Set Costume and Video Co-Designer
Year of Production Opening: 2017
Venue: Print Room
This was an exciting collaboration among sound artists, composer, electronic music DJ and interview recordings. A truly dark story based on real facts from Courtney Angela Brkic’s book Stone Fields: Love and Death in the Balkans.

In order to create this piece, we started from scratch, Patrick, interviewed Angela through skype after reading the book. The bits of story were divided in tracks. We spend a few days in the studio working out a system on how to organise these tracks and relate each track with music, sound, photography, video and objects. For this we created a massive wall diagram that was colour coded and allowed us to move things around and try different combinations.


Lighting Designer: Burke Brown
Sound Designer: Alex Groves
AV Designer: Patrick Eakin Young and Ana Inés Jabares-Pita
Created and Directed: Patrick Eakin Young
Writer: Based on the book The Stone Fields by Courtney Angela Brkic
Opera composer: Christian Mason
Electronic Music DJ: Shelley Parker
Choreographer: Jamila Johnson-Small
Music Direction : Jamie Man
Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith and Dimitri Djuric