Thanks to first-rate directing, writing, and acting, what is essentially one 50-minute scene never stops entertaining and provoking thought.
What I didn't like
The venue is too constraining for such large and kinetic actors, and too intimate for audiences to trust the existence of a fourth wall. However, this is also characteristic of Fringe shows.
My overall impression
Impressive! Floren and Gosnell create an original and compelling piece here, and execute it with pro-level skill. “Gun and a Motel Bible” is “experimental” only in its brave thematic content, and is truly Fringe at its best.