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Kevin Kline Back On Broadway To Star In ‘Present Laughter’

Two-time Tony winner Kevin Kline will return to Broadway after a decade-long absence to star in Present Laughter, the Noel Coward comedy that will open a limited engagement April 5 at the St. James Theater. That’s where Klein won his first Best Featured Actor in a Musical Tony, in 1978 for On The Twentieth Century. In 1981 he won Best Actor in a Musical for The Pirates Of Penzance.
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