Watermark on the Fringe: Pillow Talk

By : Danny Garcia
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Take two (attractive) friends – the exhausted Aaron played by Logan Ayala and the uptight Doug played by Jonathan Gamble – at the start of a cross-country road trip when some conflicts in their personalities arise. These conflicts are triggered by what’s supposed to be an overnight stay in the mobile home of Aaron’s grandmother somewhere in Arizona.

Doug completely freaks out when he realized he has to share a bed with Aaron. And poor Aaron only wants to sleep! The anxiety ridden Doug initiates a total therapy moment between the two friends that surfaces many insecurities, from fear of physical touch to stories boyhood experimentation. The fast paced repartee between the two characters had hints of Neil Simon’s Odd Couple but in the confinement’s of a Grandmother’s bedroom and with a lot more potential for sexual tension.

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Watermark’s 2014 Orlando Fringe Reviews: Bite

By : Jamie Hyman
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Sometimes, a gimmick is used as a crutch, to replace solid acting and a crackling pace.

Fortunately, Bite is not one of those times.

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