Part of FringeNYC: Self help author and bride to be, Bonnie Hill, invites her estranged sister and future sisters-in-law to a hotel weekend engagement party. The meticulously planned event backfires when one of the guests goes missing. Published with Original Works Play Publishing, 2016.Read more Show less
See it if You like Edward Albee and Hallmark movies
Don't see it if You like things tidy
See it if you enjoy well written, well acted one woman comedy that deals with the corporate world. This writer/actor is going places.
Don't see it if you don't like one person shows.
"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."
“Not only has Gambling penned great characters, she gives them immense depth. She has composed a genuinely great stage play...It's one of those shows you could watch again and again...As good as the writing is, it was elevated by the dynamite chemistry on stage. The skilled company was in tune with one another, never dropping a beat...'Bonnie’s Future Sisters' is a well-oiled machine. It moved while moving you. It’s a sweet play written by a promising scribe.”