Shan­non Guile

Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - STUFF -

Mime artist and teacher, mem­ber of the sketch-com­edy troupe

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If your house were on fire, heaven for­bid, what’s the one item con­tained within that you would try to take with you? (Peo­ple, pets and com­put­ers not in­cluded.)

Oh, prob­a­bly the book I am cur­rently read­ing, so I have some­thing to do while the fire­fight­ers get here. I have in­sur­ance.

What’s the one cloth­ing/fash­ion item you can’t live with­out?

My Lu­l­ule­mon pants. Noth­ing is bet­ter than a Won­der­bra for your butt!

What’s your favourite knick-knack and why?

My teddy bear I got the day I was born. I have mat­ted his fur, stretched him, burned the back of his head, scratched his eyes, ripped his nose and he is still around. He’s a sur­vivor, an in­spi­ra­tion… plus I feel in­cred­i­ble guilt and re­spon­si­bil­ity for all I have put him through. It’s re­ally about loy­alty.

What’s the old­est thing you own?

I have a book of old post­cards from the early 1900s that were ad­dressed to my great-grand­mother.

De­scribe your most beloved piece of fur­ni­ture.

My bed. It’s a pil­low-top, it pro­vides me with sleep and warmth. Ev­ery day I go through the sor­row of leav­ing it.

Is there an ed­i­ble item we’ll al­ways find in your pantry or fridge?

Choco­late … be­cause I am a walk­ing cliché. Choco­late, choco­late, choco­late. Ack!

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