Broadway Plus Offers The Perfect Girl’s Night Out With VIP IS THERE STILL SEX IN THE CITY? Package


Candace Bushnell in Is There Still Sex In The City? | Photo: Joan Marcus

Meg Masseron
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December 23, 2021 2:10 PM

Hey, all my Sex and the City lovers: what’s your ideal night out on the town in NYC? Is it grabbing a drink at the most Instagrammable, pink-themed bar? Or is it seeing a play - especially one with riveting female characters? Maybe you’re content just relaxing in your apartment, re-reading Candace Bushnell’s iconic novels. Well, you can have all of these experiences mashed into one with Broadway Plus’s VIP Package for Bushnell’s off-Broadway, one-woman play: Is There Still Sex in the City?

Based on her 2019 novel, Is There Still Sex in the City? tells the full story - so far - of Bushnell’s wildly successful life and career, and how every event in her life led her to write Sex and the City, which was almost entirely based on her real experiences as a writer in Manhattan. With a 90 minute runtime, Bushnell runs the entire show, with all the wit, candor, and charm of her self-based character, Carrie Bradshaw. 

For any major Sex and the City fan, seeing Bushnell tell these iconic stories in-person and onstage is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on its own, but why stop there? With Broadway Plus’s VIP Package, you can enter the audience with a signature Cosmopolitan in hand, on the house, and before you exit, you can receive a signed copy of Bushnell’s novel, and, best of all…you’ll have the opportunity to personally meet her. 

As the holidays approach, there is no better gift for your SATC-loving loved one (or yourself) than a night out with the OG Carrie Bradshaw herself. (Pro tip: if you wear a pink sparkly mask, she will compliment you on it, and you will feel like you have achieved something great in life just by doing this.)

VIP Packages can be purchased directly through Telecharge, or through Broadway Plus’s website.

Is There Still Sex In The City? has closed early due to a detected case of COVID-19. The production has plans for a future national tour as well as productions in Europe, Asia, and Australia.

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Meg Masseron

Meg Masseron is a freelance arts & culture writer based in NYC, and will soon be graduating from Marymount Manhattan College with two degrees in Digital Journalism and Theatre History. She’s passionate about theatre criticism, body positivity, musicals that debuted between 1980 and 1995, intersectional feminism, and $1 drink nights at Applebee’s. She tends to write about all of these things, save for the Applebee’s cocktails.