Carrie Bradshaw is again — once more!
Recent off HBO Max’s announcement that “Intercourse and the Metropolis” will return for a restricted collection run, the author behind the hit, Candace Bushnell, is taking her saucy tales of singledom to the stage.
Bushnell — the real-life Bradshaw — will launch the one-woman show “Is There Nonetheless Intercourse in the Metropolis?” at Bucks County Playhouse in Pennsylvania beginning June 22.
“We’re going to speak about girlfriends, the actual Mr. Massive, feminism, romance, cash, careers, intercourse, and we could contact on … the many, many males I dated earlier than I discovered my so-called Mr. Massive,” she advised us.
“It’s actually about girls in the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, and how girls’s lives look and how they alter via the a long time.”
She stated it received’t be a staid night time at the theater. “It’s plenty of enjoyable tales,” she stated. “That is the sort of show the place you go together with your girlfriends, it’s that sort of environment. You’re going to chuckle.”
Bushnell advised us of writing about intercourse via the years, “Again in the ’90s, truly, somebody identified that you simply couldn’t print the phrase vagina. Issues have been far more closed for girls. However the actuality is girls all the time talked about all these issues in non-public.”
She says her former New York Observer column proved that, “Girls will be bawdy and intercourse will be humorous.” She added that since then, “Issues have modified rather a lot for single girls. It’s acceptable to be single. It seems like girls have extra choices and they’ll have extra course over their lives.”
However, she famous, “the world continues to be a really sexist place, however it’s undoubtedly gotten higher.”
Web page Six completely reported in December that the “SATC” collection was getting a reboot from HBO. The community formally introduced the transfer in January.
Bushnell can be the author of “The Carrie Diaries” and “Lipstick Jungle,” additionally made into TV exhibits.