Thursday, June 25, 2015

DC Burner Spotlight #1

This is a profile of one of the participants in the Ten Principles )'( storytelling project, being presented as part of this year's Capital Fringe Festival. He is returning to the show for his 2nd year.

Q: Default world name?
A: Kirby P. Riley.

Q: Playa name?
A: Shakespeare.

Q: First time at Burning Man?
A: 2013.

Q: Which camp were you with your first time?
A: D.C. Not Washington.

Q: Favorite camp to be with at Burning Man?
A: Poly Paradise is pretty fun! 

Q: Favorite art installation?
A: Bliss.

Q: Favorite art car?
A: Either the Bleachers or the Front Porch.

Q: First time at a regional and which one?
A: 2013, Freeform.

Notice the Man on his chest )'(

Q: Where did you go to college/university?
A: Michigan! Go Blue!

Q: What did you major in?
A: Social Work.

Q: If you were born in the area, what area did you grow up in?
A: Grew up in Columbia Heights, and PG County.

Q: What's your day job?
A: Saving the world.

Q: Favorite food (and place to get that in the DC area)?
A: Shellfish. Crisfields in Silver Spring.

Q: Favorite game?
A: Ninja or Mafia.

Q: What's your sign?
A: Stop.

Q: What three artists (living or dead) would you like to have dinner with?
A: Basquiat, Gordon Parks, Lewis Black.

Thank you for sharing, Shakespeare!!

And you can see his story from last year's Capital Fringe Festival below.

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