Cast & Creatives



Ana Inés Jabares-Pita is an international, award-winning Designer working across opera, dance, theatre, fine arts, concerts and film.  Her designs are informed by an extensive musical training and fascination with augmented reality, video, new technologies and painting techniques within theatre and fine arts.  She was winner of the prestigious Linbury Prize in 2013 and a Jerwood Young Designer at the Gate Theatre in 2014.  

She designed the original Set and Costumes for the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, Tron Theatre and Blood of the Young’s co-production of Pride and Prejudice (*sort of) which opened in 2018 followed by a UK tour. The upcoming production at the Criterion Theatre marks her West End design début.  Her many other notable theatre credits include The Lovely Bones (Birmingham Repertory Theatre/UK Tour), Faustus, That Damned Woman (Headlong Theatre), What Girls Are Made Of (Traverse Theatre/Tour), Twelfth Night, Cockpit, Charlie Sonata (Royal Lyceum Theatre), George And The Marvelous Medicine (Dundee Repertory Theatre);  Daphne Oram And The Wonderful World Of Sound (Tron Theatre/Blood of the Young); The Driver’s Seat (National Theatre  Scotland); Wish List (Royal Exchange Theatre /Royal Court Theatre),  LeLa & Co (Royal Court Theatre),  The Echo Chamber (Young Vic Theatre), and Idomeneus, (Gate Theatre) which was selected to be part of the V&A archive.

Her credits for Opera and Dance include Co-Directing the premiere of A&E for the Tête á Tête Opera Festival 2020.  Recent design credits include Breaking The Waves (Theater St Gallen, Switzerland), Elixir of Love (Waterperry Festival Opera), To See The Invisible (World premiere, Aldeburgh Festival), The Art of Violence and Animalis choreographed by Dane Hurst (site specific for Dulwich Picture Gallery), Achilles, Unbecoming, The End Of Things (Company of Wolves), Remnants (Print Room/Opera Erratica) and Magic Fish (The Place/UK Tour).