1. What is your favourite television show?
(A) Under One Roof, confirm plus chop
(B) It’s coming out next year –but it’s definitely going to be a hit.
(C) Shows that inspire me to make a difference.
(D) Who needs TV when history is unfolding in front of you in real life?
(E) I'd tell you, but you wouldn't know how to pronounce it. It contemplates epiphenomenalism and its effects on art-making.
2. Where do you like to watch performances?
(A) The closer to my house (or an MRT station), the better.
(B) The farther from my house (or any form of transportation), the better.
(C) I single-handedly put up roving forum theatre performances that have the power to transform society's long-held prejudices.
(D) Waist-deep in the Empress Place archaeological site, while digging for rare artefacts.
(E) I already have the best stall seats to every single blockbuster coming to town, drawn from a tailor-made algorithm.
3. How much are you willing to spend on a show?
(A) Getting tickets for a family of five can be really expensive these days. Do you have concessions?
(B) I prefer to go for shows that let you in only if you are in possession of a secret password.
(C) I prefer to go for shows that donate all of their proceeds to charities of their choice.
(D) I can pay you in rare, wartime-issue banana banknotes.
(E) I have season tickets. I bought the Sifa Bundle (four shows), the Dance Marathon bundle (four shows and two Dance Marathon shows) and the Punk Bundle (five Dance Marathon shows).
4. You go to a hawker centre. You order...
(A) Teh-C siu dai and kaya toast.
(B) From the secret menu of the handmade pasta store run by a chef who also reads your fortune.
(C) Organic, free-range products.
(D) From the store that is closing down as it has no successors to carry on its culinary heritage.
(E) I don't really go to hawker centres.
5 What is your outfit of choice when attending a Sifa show?
(A) T-shirt, shorts and slippers - Singapore's national costume.
(B) This tunic I am wearing is from a local label with no vowels in its name and only made a two-hour appearance at a local speakeasy.
(C) Clothes I sewed myself from scraps of old fabric. Did you know that almost everything you are wearing probably came from a sweatshop?
(D) My mother's favourite cheongsam with a gold trim, lovingly sewn by her family's go-to tailor in the 1950s.
(E) I wear only the latest season of Comme des Garcons in sophisticated shades of black.
IF YOU GOT MOSTLY...
•As: You're a Heartlander
•Bs: You're a Hipster
•Ds: You're a Historian
•Es: You're Highfalutin