I want to pack my port and go to New York.

I sleep in my dream of New York, and I wake up in the city…

I’m peeking through and I’m seeing the whole town of New York. They can’t see me. I see taxis, a limousine, I see a whole movie, I see movie stars, I see the Statue of Liberty, I see a river, I see clouds, I see night-time, like black sky and I see the stars… I look at the stars in the sky I look at the movies stars on the street, I wanna be a Broadway star…

When I put my hands square I’m being the empire state building and when I put my hands opposite I’m being the Statue of Liberty… I am on top of the New York Statue of Liberty… I’m walking the red carpet of New York

I got a scarf, like American football, and hot guys, and I am in Central Park. My character is reading the newspaper, my character is laughing like American boys…

[I like] wardrobe and fashion, I like [elegance] and glamour, I like black dresses like sparkles , I like putting my hair in a bun, and a ponytail, and a dress that is really flowing and bright makeup, and a scarf maybe bright, fluffy, sparkles, gloves, jewelry… I’m saying, “It’s a crisis!” Waiting for the paparazzis the cameras the close-ups…

I like to do hip hop rap so fresh and mixed parties, I organize parties and this [today] is the Christmas party…

[How do the ideas, the choreography, come to you?] Ive got no idea …

[What do you bring to Sprung!!?] I bring my costumes, my water bottle and snacks. I bring signatures and my name and my dream

Interview with Robyn Brady, January 2016, photo by Katrina Folkwell