Kim Cattrall Returning to Broadway in Private Lives

Playbill is reporting that Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall will return to Broadway this season in a revival of Noel Coward's classic farce Private Lives. Paul Gross, star of TV's Due South and Slings and Arrows, will play opposite her at the Music Box theater beginning November 6. The limited engagement run will close February 5, 2012.

The classic comedy follows the misadventures of divorced Amanda (Cattrall) and Elyot (Gross), who wind up in adjoining hotel suites while on their honeymoons with their new spouses. Considered one of Coward's masterpieces, the last Broadway revival was only nine years ago, and starred former Les Liaisons Dangereuses stars Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan as the mismatched pair.

Those who can't wait to see the production can head up to Toronto in September, where the play will run out of town before coming to Broadway. Tickets will be available at www.telecharge.com.

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