BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport will present the show "Awkward Sex and the City" on March 4 from 8 to 11 p.m.
The show’s creator, Natalie Wall, found in her college years that women were reluctant to talk realistically about sex and how awkward the whole proposition can be.
“We’re at our most vulnerable with people, and weird things happen and, like, why is this not being talked about?” she says. “It’s [expletive] hilarious.”
A year and a half ago, Wall tapped a group of fellow comedians and organized a show at People’s Improv Theater in New York City that featured them telling stories about true-life sexual experiences. That resulted in regular shows and tours with the frequently graphic, sometimes sweet “Awkward Sex and the City.”
As the title suggests, the content is intimate and cringe-worthy. But the women of “Awkward” wear their awkwardness with pride. Come watch storytellers and comedians relive their most awkward sexual experiences for your viewing pleasure.
The performers include Bobby Hankinson, Carly Ann Filbin, Meghan O’Malley and Jamie Leelo. Doors will open at 7 p.m. with show starting at 8 p.m. with table seats costing $25 and theatre seats $20. For tickets, visit the website.
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