Last year's award-winning West End revival of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof looks like it might at last receive its Broadway shot in late 2003. When the Bill Kenwright production opened in London in autumn 2001 - starring Hollywood's Brendan Fraser, Frances O'Connor and Ned Beatty - it was tipped to cross the pond fairly swiftly (See The Goss, 22 Nov 2001). Belatedly, the transfer is now close to confirmation, though only director Anthony Page and Beatty, who won the 2002 Theatregoers' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as patriarch Big Daddy, will remain. According to the Daily Mail, screen star Ashley Judd is signed up to replace O'Connor as Maggie the Cat, with Mark Ruffalo in talks to play Brick. Also likely to hit the Great White Way via London in 2003 is the Royal Court premiere production of Caryl Churchill's A Number, featuring its original stars Michael Gambon and Daniel Craig. With claims of the first human clone making international headlines, Churchill's drama about a father and his multiple cloned sons is highly topical. Craig won the Evening Standard Best Actor award and has been nominated for a Theatregoers' Choice Award for his portrayal of the three siblings.