Jennifer is a Latinx British-Bolivian theatre-maker, movement director and actor. Raised in the Midlands via Bolivia, her work interrogates how the female body is presented in performance, her relationship with the UK, and the duality of living between cultures.
She is currently a Leverhulme Arts Scholar.
As a performer Jennifer has worked for The National Theatre, The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Bath Theatre Royal, BAC, The Lyric Hammersmith, The Royal & Derngate, The Harold Pinter Theatre, Derby Theatre, Theatre 503, The Finborough, The Southwark Playhouse.
International work includes The Bervaldhallen (Stockholm), Pathos Theatre (Munich), The Pearl Theatre (New York), and The Lucas Theatre (Savannah International Festival, USA).
Jennifer gained a BSc in Pyschology before going on to train at East 15 Acting School. She has since trained with numerous performance practitioners including John Wright (Told by an Idiot), and Rosemeary Brandt in Choreology (Laban), Olga Masleinnikova (movement practice, Laban), Leila McMillan (Flying Low & Passing Through), Sue Buckmaster (Advanced Puppetry Training- Theatre Rites), Kevin Finnan (Motionhouse Dance), Tomislav English, and Inaki Azgapilla.
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