Inês Simões Pereira was born in Almada, Lisbon, in 1989. She works in theater, since 2005, integrating several productions as an actress and teaching courses with young people since 2008. She obtained her professional training at ESMAE - Escola Superior de Música, Artes e Espectáculo. She has worked with teachers, creators and directors such as Richard Stourac, Marco António Rodrigues, Jorge Silva Melo, Nuno Carinhas, Lee Beagley, Inês Lua, Luís Varela, Rodrigo Malvar, Catarina Lacerda, Claire Binyon, António Durães, Ewan Downie, etc. In 2011 she co-founded Pelintra - Grupo de Teatro Amador d' A Filantrópica - CRL, co-directing and directing its productions with Pedro Galiza and Crestina Martins. She has been a member of the board, producer and programmer of A Filantrópica since 2013 and of Philantra - Festival de Arte Independente since 2011. In 2013, she co-founded Marácula, a transnational Cultural Association, based in national territory, with productions in Portugal and Spain. The solo show "A Mulherzinha" is her most recent production, inserted in FIS - Festival Internacional de Solos, and is the reflection of the consecutive exercise of theatrical exploration and research.