Kim Cattrall in Brian Clark's "Whose Life is it Anyway?" from 7 Jan 2005 at Duke of York's

Kim Cattrall in Brian Clark's "Whose Life is it Anyway?" from 7 Jan 2005 at Duke of York's

Peter Hall will direct Kim Cattrall's British Theatre debut as 'Claire Harrison' in an updated version of Brian Clark's Whose Life is it Anyway?, opening at the Duke of York's Theatre 25 Jan 2005, following previews from 7 Jan 2005, and booking to 30 April 2005.

Booking is now open!!

It is produced by Sonia Friedman Productions and Mark Rubinstein.

Further casting will be announced shortly.

Intelligent, sexy and talented, sculptor Claire Harrison is used to being in control of her life. A serious road accident forces her to contemplate a future in which she will remain constantly dependent on those around her. Left with only the use of her sharp mind, wit and indomitable spirit, Claire will not submit quietly to her fate. She can make us laugh, and often does. She could make us cry, but doesn't want to. What she does want is to be heard and to reclaim the decisions about her own life and death. Whose Life Is It Anyway? places the individual at the centre of one of the most complex medical and moral issues of our times - do we have the right to choose how we want to live and when we want to die?

Kim Cattrall is best known for her portrayal of 'Samantha Jones' in TV's "Sex and the City". Kim Cattrall began her theatrical training at LAMDA before joining the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She made her Broadway debut in 1986 as Sofya opposite Ian McKellen in the National Theatre's production of Chekhov's Wild Honey, directed by Christopher Morahan, in an adaptation by Michael Frayn. Her other theatre work includes Arthur Miller's A View From The Bridge, Chekhov's Three Sisters (for which she won a Dramalogue Award), Strindberg's Miss Julie, Moliere's The Misanthrope and repertory work in Vancouver, Toronto and Chicago. On television in the US she starred in Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles and in Oliver's Stone's mini-series Wild Palms. Kim Cattrall's many films include Police Academy 1, Masquerade, John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China and Brian De Palma's Bonfire of the Vanities. Her latest film project, Ice Princess, directed by Tim Fywell, will be released in the US in December. Cattrall's recently founded Fertile Ground Productions is currently developing two projects for HBO including Sexual Intelligence - a feature length documentary with accompanying book, hosted and Executive Produced by Cattrall to be shown on ITV, HBO and The Discovery Channel.

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