October 07, 2015

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Kim Cattrall Gets Sexy, Dangerous and Screwball for Her Broadway Homecoming

Kim Cattrall brings her apropos "Sex and the City" resume to Noël Coward's comedy of sexual attraction and verbal jousting, Private Lives. Cattrall and Paul Gross (as Amanda and Elyot) play a divorced couple who are accidentally reunited on adjoining hotel balconies; each just so happens to be honeymooning with a new spouse, played by Simon Paisley Day (Victor) and Anna Madeley (Sybil) respectfully. When Amanda and Elyot realize their attraction to each other has not quite faded, the gloves come off and the battle begins. Sir Richard Eye directs the Broadway production after West End and Toronto runs. For more on the show, click here.

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