The play screams saying “Todos somos Ayotzinapa!” meaning, we are Ayotzinapa! Further voices like “We are not all...we miss 43!” and “They wanted to bury us but they didn't know we were seeds.” deals with the never-dying issue of enforced disappearance. It is also a hope hymn that is able to let red flowers grow from a stack of bloody clothes. It is a theatre performance of a touching civic engagement, created through the same innovative working method; converting interviews, facts, and information into poignant physical actions, images, and emotions for the audience.
DESAPARECIDOS#43 is not only a performance but also an authentic act of rebellion, a work exalting freedom of opinion, expression and demonstration, which are worldwide threatened. It's an artistic example of the international influence of mass media and globalization and how they can sensitise the public opinion and help to ask for justice. It is a hope hymn, able to let red flowers grow from a stack of bloody clothes. “They wanted to bury us but they didn't know we were seeds”