"Sex in the City" star Cattrall made her West End debut in January 2005 with a Peter Hall-directed revival of Brian Clark’s Whose Life Is it Anyway.
The Cryptogram is directed by Josie Rourke (World Music at the Donmar) and co-stars Douglas Henshall.
The play charts the breakdown of a family, identifying the moment when childhood vanishes. It was first seen in London in 1994 with Eddie Izzard and Lindsay Duncan.
A founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company, Mamet’s principle works include The Duck Variations, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross (for which he won a Pulitzer Prize), Boston Marriage, Edmond, Oleanna and Speed-the-Plow. The Cryptogram won the Obie Award for Drama when it was first performed in 1995.
Henshall’s stage credits include Death of a Salesman. The cast also features Joe Asman, Adam J. Brown and Oliver Coopersmith. The production is designed by Peter McKintosh (Boston Marriage, Frost/Nixon).
For more on The Cryptogram, call (0)870 060 6624.