Watermark on the Fringe: “Vampire Lesbians of Sodom”

By : Danny Garcia
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The story begins in the biblical days of ancient Sodom. We meet two guards who watch over a lair where a virgin (played by Nathan Bonk) is to be sacrificed to the hungry Succubus (played by Kristin Pringle-Marksbury), but instead of the Succubus devouring the ingénue, she turns her into a fellow undead. So begins the tale of the eternal rivalry of the “Vampire Lesbians of Sodom.”

The story moves forward in time first to the days of classic Hollywood, then to  the early 1980’s where the deep-rooted feud continues. Bette and Joan have nothing on these girls and they don’t care who gets in their way when all hell breaks loose.

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Watermark’s 2018 Orlando Fringe Reviews

By : Watermark Staff
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Orlando Fringe is back at Loch Haven Park and happening now through Memorial Day. In honor of its tagline “United We Fringe,” we are uniting all of our Fringe reviews in one spot.

We have our team of theater gurus out seeing the shows and letting you know which ones made us laugh, made us cry and made us say “that’s the Fringiest thing I’ve ever seen!” So cop-a-squat on the Fringe lawn next to your beer and cheese curds and check out Team Watermark’s 2018 Orlando Fringe reviews.

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The 27th Annual Orlando International Fringe Festival presents the Fringe-O-Matic

By : Jeremy Williams
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The Orlando International Fringe Festival is back for its 27th year at Loch Haven Park and its surrounding neighborhoods. The festival runs May 15-28 with 130 shows ranging from small, intimate one-person productions to big budget musical extravaganzas with dozens of performers joined together under the festival’s 2018 tagline… United We Fringe!

“United We Fringe speaks to the belief that Orlando Fringe is a place where you can escape your everyday troubles in life,” says Brian Sikorski, Orlando Fringe’s marketing coordinator. “This is a place where you can come together with people from all different walks of life for a common purpose and enjoying each other’s company. People from different countries, of different ethnicities and sexual identities and religious beliefs all come to Orlando Fringe. We want to celebrate that unity.”

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Issue 21.23: Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center

By : Jake Stevens
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A peek behind the curtain: The Dr. Phillips Center brings Orlando’s arts into the 21st century with its grand opening this month, Inside: Our Annual Holiday Guide, MBA fires Orlando Pride director, suspends board, LGBT Welcome Center opens in St. Pete, Scott edges out Crist in governor’s race, local news, celebrity interviews, and much, much more!

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Jobsite’s ‘Vampire Lesbians of Sodom’ mixes camp, comedy and music through Nov. 23

By : Zach Caruso
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Tampa – The Vampire Lesbians of Sodom have come to town, and they’ll be at the Straz Center until the end of November.

In honor of the nationwide tribute to famed playwright and camp-legend Charles Busch, Jobsite Theater and the Straz Center for the Performing Arts are putting on a production of a Busch favorite, and one of the longest running plays in off-Broadway history—Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, the story of two vampiresses, a virgin sacrifice, and her maker, who first meet in ancient Sodom and spark a rivalry that lasts for nearly 2,000 years.

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