Sharleen Ndlouv: What’s the last risk you took?
Brianna Lowe: Going to Japan without my parents.
What’s your favourite part of the show?
Talking on stage for the first time.
What makes you laugh?
Funny movies and having fun with other people.
What’s great about rehearsing and performing at ATYP?
The great atmosphere and feeling welcome.
If you could have any superpower, what would you choose and why?
To have the ability to move things with my mind, to cause mischief and be naughty.
Brianna Lowe: What’s the last risk you took?
Sharleen Ndlouv: Abseiling down a 50m waterfall.
Do you have any pre-show rituals?
I have quite a few but I give myself a pep talk and a victory dance.
Who do you think should see this show?
Everyone, for all those areas in life that need a bit of audacity, bit of re-mapping and just a little fun and loosening up, for that person we all know we can be.
Favourite silly joke?
What did sushi A say to sushi B? Wasabi!
What’s it like to play yourself on stage?
The most beautiful thing I have experienced so far.
Brianna Lowe and Sharleen Ndlouv can be seen in Dignity Of Risk devised by Shopfront’s Harness Ensemble and ATYP.
Dates: 9 – 26 Aug, 2017