It’s been a while- I have been helping the fabulous Uzunma Chioma work on a fabulous play about being fabulously single.
This is an all-woman, all-Columbia University/Barnard production. This play is simultaneously topical but timeless being as sincere as Mindy Kaling and as witty as Tina Fey. It’s as sunny as Amy Poehler and as sarcastic as Aubrey Plaza. It’s what NBC’s Thursday night line up wishes it could be. It’s not the new Sex and the City or the next Girls. It transcends genre. Don’t believe me?Come watch it: Get your tickets now!!http://www.dreamupfestival.org/SHOW14-20-TalesofthePerpetuallySinglebutEternallyHopeful.html
Appropriate because I am a Marnie type in a Charlie job…
Please note that I am NOT Marnie- we should not prescribe to the preconceived ideas that HBO has placed on us to be a certain person in our friend group.
I am also NOT Carrie. I would have SOOOO stayed with Aidan.