Kimberly Demmary’s newest play (her last being the sitcom-y "Game of Life") is a straightforward dramedy about a trio of estranged siblings who gather together after their mother's funeral. The three sisters; Agnes (Cynthia Manous), Janet (Elizabeth Kimball), and Maggie (Chelesa Pitillo) meet up & square off against each other over long-repressed hostilities: they each had three different dads! How's that for a dysfunctional family! They bond, they fight, they laugh, they get drunk, they whip out puppets (you have to come and see why) and dredge out more than a few skeletons in their collective closets. It’s sibling rivalry at its best and written with a deft hand by Ms. Demmary The cast of three are polished, poised, and professional with John Barker at the helm directing this work that is funnier than a sitcom but more dramatic than one of those sappy Hallmark TV movies! A perfect blend of wit and tragedy...in other words...it's not just a chick-play! Guys will love it too! Kudos to Brian Grave’s unique 1980's set design room which a has a great "feel" to it! I can certainly this play being made into an indie film; it's that good. Do yourself a favor and don't miss it!