Mark Watson is thrilled and admittedly a bit surprised that Key West Theater has continued to thrive during his ten-year absence from the boards. He’s equally thrilled and surprised to be recreating the lovable characters in the Tuna series alongside… er… what’s his name?… you know… him… the other guy… his name escapes me… anyway… he’s back and happy to see his name once again, as always, above the title in Red, White & Tuna! Just to squash the rumor, he did, in fact, see Educating Rita and categorically did not walk out. “It was the best nap I’ve had in years,” he raved. Mark has been the critic’s darling and audience favorite in several star-turns such as Stop Kiss, Love Letters, that other Tuna thing – oh, the list of his many successes goes on and on. He even managed to stop signing autographs long enough to write a play, The Times, and create, and star in his own musical revue, Broadway 3-Ways. How DOES he do it?