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“…The writing is sharp and witty and the dialogue could not have

been more natural… It’s alive, organic, and hilarious." 



  • "Meghan Gambling has crafted a satisfyingly truthful story....material is especially relatable to women, but also to those who love them...  first rate playwrighting chops... If gender equity exists in the future of the entertainment industry, Bonnie’s Future Sisters will be right up there alongside Tracy Letts’ August Osage County and Stephen Karam’s The Humans. It certainly deserves to be..." -

  • "great characters...immense depth... a genuinely great stage play... one of those shows you could watch again and again... a well oiled machine... it moves while moving you... a sweet play by a promising scribe." - Theater in the Now

  • "actors shine as women struggling to be honest about their lives...inspires hope in Gambling's future work." - Time Out, NY


  • “…humorous and poignant… the charming Meghan Gambling… has a gift for impersonations, and she also plays a mean guitar and sings well.”– LA Weekly

  • … thrilling and hilarious.”–

  • "As an audience member, I was already hooked, and I hadn’t even seen her face… ability to surprise the audience with sudden humor, ingenuity, and charm....won us over the second she picked up the guitar.” – 


  • “…wonderfully enjoyable by virtue of the smart dialogue of  Meghan Gambling… writes the way real people speak… Gambling the director to bring it to life with brilliantly subtle execution.  – 

  • “Meghan Gambling’s play is neither self-consciously edgy nor annoying. It is, indeed, quite enjoyable..engaging…one thing Gambling does magnificently is create a sympathetic lead character…" –

  • “It’s beautiful when you can find truth in even the most absurd situation. With shrewd storytelling and larger-than-life characters, “Happy Birthday, Mom” is not only a hilarious comedy about an incredibly awkward situation, but a very human portrayal of dysfunctional family dynamics.”
    – Theatre Unleashed 


  • “…truthful… a spot on creation… Gambling has an ear for male characters.” - LA Weekly

  • "Real life flows through The Kitchen Sink nonstop.... Their conversations and relationships are so natural, it's as if being on stage is a coincidence. ... You'll forget that you're watching a play. Take your friends, lovers, parents, aunts, and uncles to see these new friends inThe Kitchen Sink."

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