"Sex and the City" Writer Michael Patrick King's Pink Show Begins Jan. 16

News   "Sex and the City" Writer Michael Patrick King's Pink Show Begins Jan. 16 Michael Patrick King, formerly a writer, director and executive producer for "Sex and the City," has co-written and directed At Least It's Pink, which begins Jan. 16 at Ars Nova in Manhattan and runs through March 11.

The show is co-written with Bridget Everett, the downtown singer-songwriter, and Kenny Mellman, Herb of the duo Kiki and Herb. It has music and lyrics by Mellman and Everett. According to a release, the "trashy little show" is "about New York City life through the eyes of a girl from Manhattan, Kansas, who's never afraid to tell it like it is." Press opening is Jan. 25.

King won Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for "Sex and the City." He was also co-creator, writer, director and executive producer of the HBO series "The Comeback," starring Lisa Kudrow. King has also written for "Murphy Brown" and "Will & Grace." He started his career as a playwright and standup comic.

Ars Nova is located at 511 West 54th Street. For tickets call SmartTix at (212) 868-4444 or go to www.SmartTix.com.