Shahrzad Nazarpour grew up and studied theatre and art in Iran. Since 2020 she has been studying Transmedia Art at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. Her solo performance Hijab offline was part of the first edition of Skin – performance festival for young adults at Dschungel Wien. She got the “in the field” scholarship of Wiener festwochen and currently works as a member of “Parasol”, dance -performance company for young artist in TQW. She's a member of Side Effect Physical Theater Company since 2020.
Morteza Mohammadi has been involved in dance and performance since 2016. He is part of the “Kalashnikov mon amour” project in Dschungel theater, Vienna. Currently, he's dancing with the Youth Dance Company. Morteza is engaged in exploring freestyle and contemporary dance. For him, dance means freedom for the soul and unique channel to express his feelings. He joined the Physical Theater company "Side effect" in the “Can you talk?” production.