Sex and the Musical

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From the team that brought Buffy Kills Edward in 2017 comes a new parody musical that is a prequel story to Sex and the City. Grab a Cosmo and discover how four unlikely women became best friends, set to original pop songs by composer Laura Wiley (“Video Games,” “Winter Is Coming,” “Buffy Kills Edward”)

Reviews

Shari Barrett

WHAT I LIKED All the characterizations were great, not only the 4 women but also the four men who move in and out of their lives – Stanford, Mr. Big, Charlotte's latest false love, and Samantha's boy toy/bartender. WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE Would love to see all the men get a song together, singing the praises of the 4 women – the good and the bad. Or just about the war of the sexes in general. MY OVERALL IMPRESSION Don't miss this one all Sex and the City fans as it tells the story about how our 4 fabulous met each other and began their friendship and adventures together. FABULOUS satirical musical – an extremely entertaining show with great performances!

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Spot on parody of “Sex and the City” with power house songs! This is Laura Wiley's best work! A fun, sexy, laugh out loud night for all genders, whether you have seen the source material or not! It left me wanting more! Wiley once again displays her talent for casting truly believable character-look-alikes who can belt her songs and entertain an audience! Sherry Berg, coming off her slayer role as Sarah Michelle Gellar aka. Buffy in Wiley's “Buffy Kills Edward” transformed into another 3 name Sarah as an uncanny sassy Carrie Bradshaw! Alli Miller is a brilliant Samantha and crowd pleaser! Her and Amanda Hootman's (Charlotte) ease with improv and a crowd covered any preview hiccups and elevated the show. Emily Craig rounded out the perfect girl group with the straight (or not so straight wom)man, Miranda! The men were also a delight to watch and a great addition to the clear concise one-hour story! In addition to the songs, the choreography by Alli Miller and Cory Robinson makes the small stage feel like the Ahmanson Theatre! I could see this adding another 30 mins and going to New York!

sweet - Julia Lisa


Shari Barrett

WHAT I LIKED All the characterizations were great, not only the 4 women but also the four men who move in and out of their lives – Stanford, Mr. Big, Charlotte's latest false love, and Samantha's boy toy/bartender. WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE Would love to see all the men get a song together, singing the praises of the 4 women – the good and the bad. Or just about the war of the sexes in general. MY OVERALL IMPRESSION Don't miss this one all Sex and the City fans as it tells the story about how our 4 fabulous met each other and began their friendship and adventures together. FABULOUS satirical musical – an extremely entertaining show with great performances!

sweet - Shari Barrett - ...read full review


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Spot on parody of “Sex and the City” with power house songs! This is Laura Wiley's best work! A fun, sexy, laugh out loud night for all genders, whether you have seen the source material or not! It left me wanting more! Wiley once again displays her talent for casting truly believable character-look-alikes who can belt her songs and entertain an audience! Sherry Berg, coming off her slayer role as Sarah Michelle Gellar aka. Buffy in Wiley's “Buffy Kills Edward” transformed into another 3 name Sarah as an uncanny sassy Carrie Bradshaw! Alli Miller is a brilliant Samantha and crowd pleaser! Her and Amanda Hootman's (Charlotte) ease with improv and a crowd covered any preview hiccups and elevated the show. Emily Craig rounded out the perfect girl group with the straight (or not so straight wom)man, Miranda! The men were also a delight to watch and a great addition to the clear concise one-hour story! In addition to the songs, the choreography by Alli Miller and Cory Robinson makes the small stage feel like the Ahmanson Theatre! I could see this adding another 30 mins and going to New York!

sweet - Julia Lisa