Jennifer S. Jones is a writer, storyteller, and performance artist who works in a variety of contexts. She has performed in traditional theater spaces and for smaller intimate venues. Her work has been presented in conjunction with Transformational Leadership Training for Fortune 500 companies as well as non-profit institutions.
APPEARANCE OF LIFE tells the story of an Argentine woman named Margarita whose daughter, Rosa, becomes one of the many desaparecidos (disappeared) of the Dirty War (1976-1983). APPEARANCE OF LIFE comes from years of research and a desire to form an archetypal story of these women’s losses, experiences, and ultimate triumphs. The words in this play come from my own imagination and my own interpretation of the research I encountered, the interviews I conducted, and the stories I read.
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