Thursday, July 9, 2015

DC Burner Spotlight #5

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: JR Russ.

Q: Playa name?
A: Nexus.

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

Q: Which camp were you with your first time?
A: Open camping.

Q: Favorite camp to be with at Burning Man?
A: Burner Express, aka HOVerlandia!!

Q: Favorite Art Installation?
A: Church Trap.

Q: Favorite Art Car?
A: El Pulpo Mechanico.

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

Q: Where did you go to college/university?
A: University of Maryland for undergrad, American University for grad school.

Q: What did you major in?
A: I received my B.A. in dance, and my M.A. in arts management.

Q: If you were born in the area, what area did you grow up in?
A: Washington, DC, southwest by the waterfront, and then the Logan Circle area.

Q: What’s your day job?
A: Online Marketing Manager for the Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

Q: Favorite food (and place to get that in the DC area)?
A: Brunch (that's a kind of food, right?!), from Busboys and Poets.

Q: Favorite game?
A: Munchkin.

Q: What’s your sign?
A: Pisces.

Q: What three artists (living or dead) would you like to have dinner with?
A: Janet Jackson, Neil Patrick Harris, and David Best.

Thank you for sharing, Nexus!

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

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