Multidisciplinary artist.

Actress, singer and director assistant.

Raquel Pardos was born in Zaragoza and began her piano and singing studies at the age of seven at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory, embarking on her theatrical activity at the UNIZAR productions in 2008 in Zaragoza.

After completing her diploma in Primary Education , she moved to Madrid to start her course in Textual Interpreting at the Royal School of Dramatic Arts (RESAD) and finishes her studies at the University of Drama and Films Arts in Budapest (SZFE) where she gained knowledge about physical theater and puppet theater.

Her theatrical experience has made possible her participation in several productions: 2016 Don Quichotte, International Cooperation Project in Performing Arts Euroculture Pays Gentiane, under the direction of Laurent Festas; Costanza, adaptation of the exemplary novel La gitanilla of M. Cervantes, written and directed by Carlos Rodero; Shadows, written and directed by János Antal Horvath and Raquel Pardos; Spring Awakening, the musical, written by Cris Morena, and directed by Carlos Hernay. 2014 The visit, by F. Durrenmat, directed by Yolanda Porras; 2013 Weather and the Conway, Prietsley, directed by Antonia Gracia.She has also collaborated with emerging directors such as Carlos Tuñón and Leonora Lax.

In the audiovisual world her interventions in the docu-fiction The dark hour produced by Factoría Plural; and in The short film Application produced by Linda Films, stand out among others.

She currently combines her activity as an actress in the comedy Capullo I want a son of yours, written and directed by Javier Durán with her immersion in the direction of scene with the project La noche de los asesinos written by José Triana.


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