TSR: What’s your role in our production of WAPAJ?
Jasmine: I am Margret, disciple, and the other half to my lovely twin Matilda.
Natalie: I'm disciple Matilda Callaghan, sister of Margaret!
TSR: Tell us the story of how you first got involved in the theatre.
Jasmine: When my Aunt Deedee from New York came to visit my family in Hawaii, she introduced me to A Chorus Line. We spent the evening coming up with choreography to 'One' which would later be performed as the post dinner entertainment for my parents. I was 4 and spent the next few moths learning all the words to 'Dance 10, Looks 3.' If you know the song, you'll understand why my mother was unhappy.
Natalie: I was a mouse in an adaptation of "The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse" when I was five, and I thought I would have gotten a bigger part if I were six. So with that logic, I obviously had to keep doing it.
TSR: What’s your funniest memory from High School?
Jasmine: There was an annual event at my school called the Flaming P.
Natalie: Oof...it wasn't that long ago...the wounds are still fresh...I guess any time I tried to ask someone out? Haha...
TSR: What would you be a Patron Saint of?
Jasmine: I am the Patron Saint of Losing All Things Important. It's truly unfortunate.
Natalie: Sinus infections.
TSR: Why should we see this play?
Jasmine: This piece is ruled, run, created, experienced, and loved, by incredible women you need to come see.
Natalie: Because Margaret & I have been working super hard in choir practice and you should really hear us sing.