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"Hamstrung by its overfamiliar premise, 'Bonnie’s Future Sisters' is a paint-by-numbers comedy with a scarcity of laughs, and the gifted cast strains gallantly against resistant material...Halfway through, however, Kayleigh and Corey are left alone onstage to talk about their respective breakups, and for a few minutes the two actors shine...Although the play soon returns to its formulaic ways, that scene inspires hope in Gambling’s future work." Full Review
"If you’re going to reboot the Biblical tale of the virgin birth of Jesus, it helps to have an original take on the story, not to mention a consistent tone. Book writer Chris Cragin-Day, for the most part, has neither, which leads 'The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph’s Baby' to veer between extremes...The supporting cast shines...Chaffer’s score has some lovely moments...But it can’t transcend a book that doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be or why." Full Review