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In honor of his one-time cameo on the series, even Donald Trump gets a mention.“We have to address the elephant in the room, if you will,” Ipema says, adding it isn’t a “Sex and the City” sendup without good puns.
Designed “to feel like a bunch of girlfriends getting together for brunch,” the parody has been performed about 10 times since its opening last year at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival.
tour, which kicked off in Las Vegas and will visit over 40 cities.
Ipema said that from what she has understood, the audience has a quick grasp on telling the differences between characters.“What’s been fun about exploring these characters and making them into a parody is the hope that every woman can identify with one of the four friends," Ipema said.
"I dare say all of us have a little Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha in all of us."Ipema said her biggest challenge of the show is not that she is playing 24 characters; it's the challenge of walking onto the stage in the blackout before the start of the show.
Comedic actress Kerry Ipema plays the whole cast of Sex and the City in a parody of and tribute to the six-season television show. Cántale a Tu Bebé—Saturday—The Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda New parents can join Grammy-winning musicians Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer and Washington, D. Shenandoah Run—Saturday night—AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda series.
She acts out Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda and their travails through love, friendships and an infamous Post-it note. C., area-based Latino singer Jorge Anaya for a bilingual musical performance and lesson. The event promises a sorting hat ceremony, a costume contest and a trivia competition. The Jewels formed after meeting in Roosevelt High School in the district in 1958—and the band is still made up of all original members.