NEW YORK (AP) -- Kim Cattrall will soon be sipping cocktails on a Broadway stage.
The "Sex and the City" is reprising her role in Noel Coward's "Private Lives" when the comedy hits New York this fall following a run in London last year.
It's the tale of a divorced couple who discover they have adjoining rooms while honeymooning with their new spouses.
Cattrall, who made her Broadway debut in "Wild Honey" with Sir Ian McKellen, will be joined by Paul Gross, star of the TV shows "Due South" and "Slings and Arrows."
Simon Paisley Day, Anna Madeley and Caroline Olsson make up the rest of the cast. The show will stop in Toronto prior to Broadway.
Previews are to begin Nov. 6 at the Music Box Theatre with an official opening Nov. 17.