Carmen Ibeas is a burgos actress and producer. She made her debut with the Finnish theatre company Teatteri Quo Vadis, where she completed an artist residency in Finland in 2012. There, they toured different locations, and in Madrid, they premiered the show ‘Burning on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes‘. In 2012, she premiered Nuestra cocina, a film directed by Jaroslaw Bielski.
She co-produced the play ‘El último, por favor?’, directed by José M. Taracido; the play ‘Pride, the musical’ in Barcelona, where she became a singer. In Madrid, she was on the bill at the Teatro Alfil during the 2014 season.
In 2016, she became part of the cast of ‘La Joven Compañía‘, directed by José Luis Arellano, playing the character of Penélope in Proyecto Homero. This show, which consists of the adaptations of the Iliad and the Odyssey by Guillem Clua and Alberto Conejero, respectively, is represented at the Teatro de Conde Duque and at the Teatro Español in Madrid. Later, she plays Candy Star and Nurse Flinn in the play ‘Someone Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest‘ at the Fernán Gómez Theater and at the Calderón Theater in Madrid.
In cinema, she has recently worked on the feature films ‘Viejos‘, by Raúl Cerezo and Fernando González Gómez; ‘Love’, a debut feature by Júlia de Paz Solvas (Feroz Puerta Oscura Award for Best Film and nominated for the 2022 Goya Awards for Best Adapted Screenplay), and ‘Estándar‘ by Fernando González Gómez (Best Avant-garde Comedy Award at the Austin Film Festival , Texas), among others. On television, she has acted in the Cardo series of ATRESmedia and Suma Content; La que se avecina by Contubernio Films on Telecinco and on Tve1 Medical Center.
For the past three years, she has starred with Marina Skell in the musical ‘Mi madre, Serrat y yo by Carlos de Matteis’ (one of the longest running plays in Madrid, which is beginning its 14th season). She premiered the play ‘Aquellas migas de pan que‘ which she stars with actress Mónica Bardem, directed by Inma Cuevas and co-produced by Kendosan Producciones and Varsovia Producciones’.