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Pedro Yagüe, winner of the Best Lighting Design at the XXIII edition 2020 of the Max Awards of the Performing Arts.

The Association of Illumination Authors congratulates our colleague Pedro Yagüe who yesterday, September 7, 2020, received the award for the Best Lighting Design in the XXIII edition 2020 of the Max Awards of the Performing Arts for his work in “ Play” of the Aracalandanza Company, at the gala that took place at the Cervantes […]
09.07.2020

The Association of Illumination Authors congratulates our colleague
Pedro Yagüe
who yesterday, September 7, 2020, received the award for the Best Lighting Design in the XXIII edition 2020 of the Max Awards of the Performing Arts for his work in “ Play” of the Aracalandanza Company, at the gala that took place at the Cervantes Theatre in Malaga.

Pedro Yagüe (Murcia-1972)
He has a degree in Hispanic Philology (University of Murcia). At the Teatro de la Abadía he was head of the lighting department (1999-2006), and technical director (2006-07). He has also been technical coordinator of the Almagro Festival from 2005 to 2019.

His latest lighting designs include:


Waiting for Godot
directed by Antonio Simón (Pentación). Las Bárbaras, directed by Carol López (CDN-La Zona), Chicas y Chicos, directed by Lucía Miranda (El Sol de York), Sansón y Dalila, directed by Paco Azorín (Festival de Mérida-Teatro de la Maestranza), María Estuardo, Corona Trágica, directed by Manuel Canseco (M. Canseco Company),
Shock (The Condor and the Puma)
directed by Andrés Lima (CDN),
El Barberillo de Lavapiés
directed by Alfredo Sanzol (Teatro de la Zarzuela), Don Giovanni, directed by Paco Azorín (Teatro Principal de Palma de Mallorca),
Play
directed by Enrique Cabrera (Aracaladanza),
Luces de Bohemía
directed by Alfredo Sanzol (CDN),
Maruxa
directed by Paco Azorín (Teatro de la Zarzuela),
La dama boba
directed by Alfredo Sanzol (CNTC),
Troyanas
directed by Carme Portaceli (Teatro Español),
La Ternura
directed by Alfredo Sanzol (Teatro de la Ciudad-Teatro de la Abadía), Escuadra hacía la muerte, directed by Paco Azorín (CDN), María Moliner, directed by Paco Azorín (Teatro de la Zarzuela).
Cooking
directed by Will Keen (CDN).
Penal of Ocaña
directed by Ana Zamora (Nao d’ Amores). Tosca, directed by Paco Azorín (Teatro del Liceu-Teatro de la Maestranza). La pechuga de la sardina, directed by Manuel Canseco (CDN).
A voice in off
y
The human voice
directed by Paco Azorín (Teatro del Liceu).

Ceres Award 2015 for Don Juan, directed by Blanca Portillo, Edipo Rey, directed by Alfredo Sanzol, and La Pechuga de la sardina, directed by Manuel Canseco.
Max Award 2012 for La avería (Blanca Portillo).
Max Award 2010 for Urtain (Andrés Lima).
Finalist in the Max Awards, years 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014.

Max Award 2020 for “Play” (Enrique Cabrera).

We would also like to congratulate the other finalists for their work:

  • Joaquín Casanova Cano for Acróbata y Arlequín .

  • Jorge García and Marc Carrizo for Around the World.

Here you can see the list of all the winners.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!!!!!

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