Pablo Santiago (lighting design) is winner of the 2017 Richard Sherwood Award and the 2015 Stage Raw Award, and was nominated for an Ovation Award in 2018 and 2014, and the LA Weekly Award in 2014. His work has been seen at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, the Latino Theater Co., Arena Stage in Washington DC, Paramount Theater in Boston, Skirball Cultural Center in New York, San Francisco Symphony’s SoundBox, Annenberg Space for Photography, Summer Happenings at the Broad Museum, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, Su Teatro in Denver, Teatro Brava, Getty Museum, ODC, Opera Santa Barbara, and Francis Ford Coppola’s "Distant Vision" project at UCLA, among others. Recent highlights include Missy Mazzoli and Royce Vavrek's Proving Up at ONE Festival/Opera Omaha, Eugene Onegin with Boston Conservatory Opera, The Threepenny Opera at Boston Lyric Opera, Destiny of Desire at Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Goodman Theater, War of the Worlds with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and The Industry, Skeleton Crew at Geffen Playhouse, Dementia at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, Pélleas et Mélisande with Cincinnati Symphony, Galileo with The Industry, Zoot Suit at the Mark Taper Forum, Breaking the Waves for Opera Philadelphia and Beth Morrison Projects, Flight for Opera Omaha, and Good Grief and Citizen at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Upcoming projects include Schoenberg In Hollywood at Boston Lyric Opera, Prism at LA Opera, Ted Hearne’s Place at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Ne quittez pas: A Reimagined La voix humaine at Opera Philadelphia, Pagliacci at Opera Omaha, and Mother Road at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Santiago was lighting designer for the SFS semi-staged productions of Das klagende Lied in 2017 and On the Town and the SoundBox performance Hidden Worlds in 2016.