Workin' It Out
Studio 2000's Fall superhit is certain to be Workin' It Out. It stars the wonderful Sonny Markham-new and much improved from his stint in the leading role
in Making Porn off-Broadway at the Actor's Playhouse in New York. He followed Ryan Idol in that role and played it until just before coming out to the West Coast to do our show. The Producer says that Sonny is the best actor and performer that they have had in the role. And that says a lot. Guess who is the cover man for the 1998 Adam Gay Video Directory? You got that right. SONNY MARKHAM!
The central setting for Workin' It Out is a popular bar in a cosmopolitan city. When we watched the early cuts on this show, we were struck with the fact that this may be the first time that the atmosphere and feeling of a gay bar has ever been successfully captured on film or video-the whirl and swirl, the highs and lows, the sublime and some of the ridiculous, but most especially, the sexuality that seems to permeate the very air of a really happening bar.
The show opens just before closing time as the late night regulars celebrate last call and pair off. Refusing a date with Rhett Powers, a guy he has been seeing regularly, head bartender Sonny is left alone. Or so he thinks. As he begins to close up he finds himself in the arms of a malingerer with a well-planned attack. Soon hot newcomer Joey Morelli is turning Sonny every way but loose and Sonny steely boner is ample evidence that while this encounter may be casual, it is certainly intense. These two go together like paper and glue. And it's enough to make one come unglued.
The next morning bar-owner Trent Reed sends barback Kurt Stefano off to get some special supplies for the Anniversary Party that night, clearing the way for his close encounter with liquor deliveryman Kyle McKenna. It's wonderful to have our well endowed sex maniac Trent back for one more time. Trent lays it to Kyle big time. And Kyle can take it and take it and take it-big time. If you haven't seen Kyle before now, now you must. This big beefy beauty is a sight for hungry eyes with an ass that won't quit and that can just never get enough.
Afternoon finds Kurt and bartender Kevin Cobain, putting up the decorations for the party. Kevin is expecting a buddy in for a visit-but not for a few hours-so he convinces Kurt to hold down the fort while he heads over to the park to catch a few rays. That's what he says. Honest. Kurt doesn't believe him either. And he was wrong about the friend too. He arrives shortly after Kevin leaves.
Kevin, with limited time, wastes none of it, and soon finds a private spot and someone with tasty privates. Kevin and Kyle Hunter get back to nature in a most compelling way. Another Kyle with another lovely and luscious ass-creamy smooth, lush and ripe, firm and flexible and the perfect home for a hungry pole in need of a hole. Kevin Cobain is another wonderful Studio 2000 exclusive and we are most pleased to say that this young man has a very big one-very big indeed. And it becomes amazingly rigid. It is always as steely hard as most people are just before climaxing and as you watch it thrust way in and then pull way out, you're bound to sweat up a big load-just like they do.
At first Kurt can't figure out what to do with Kevin's friend, Steve O'Donnell. Then he realizes that Steve has one hellava piledriver. And Kurt has just the right things for a big piledriver-a hot, wet mouth and a hotter and wetter butt. Quick as a wink these two are busy driving us over the edge once again as they add hard action to an "afternoon delight."
It's late evening again at the bar. A special performance by Batperson Alec Powers and Studio 2000's other golden exclusives "To Die For" Rick Chase and "Tailspinnin"' Jeff White brings the evening to a climax. Riding on the success of the party, Sonny decides that it's time to call in some debts and take a little vacation-with his friend Rhett.
Away from the city, surrounded by the beauty of nature and with a handsome hunk like Rhett, Sonny begins to waver in his conviction that bartending and relationships don't mix. Rhett is very persuasive and he knows all the buttons to push to convince Sonny that there's more to sex that meets the eye.
Workin' It Out--it's a title with a lot of meanings. You'll find that most of them apply quite aptly to this show which is bound to be one of the hot ones for the Fall.
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