J. (SAN FRANCISCO) -- “I’m tired. Let’s take a nap,” says the little boy in him.
“No! No! We cannot take a nap at work,” snaps Sberlo the grownup. When the little boy cries, the adult relents and apologizes. “OK, we can goof around on Facebook for half an hour.”
This usually draws loud laughter from the audience, though he never knows exactly what to expect, Sberlo says. “Each performance is definitely unique. The way one audience responds will just totally change the show.”
That’s the beauty of the theater, says Sberlo, who first acted in a fifth-grade play and went on to study theatre at San Francisco State University.