Kevin Kline appears at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, Sept. 6, 2013.
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NEW YORK: At a press event celebrating his return to Broadway, Kevin Kline wanted to be crystal clear on one topic: He's not having a midlife crisis.Kline is starring in "Present Laughter," Noel Coward's 1939 farce about an egomaniacal matinee idol in the midst of personal turmoil.Described by the playwright himself as "a series of semiautobiographical pyrotechnics," the play has now been revived five times on Broadway and many times in London, starring Ian McKellen, Albert Finney, Frank Langella, Victor Garber and Coward himself.An Oscar- and two-time Tony Award-winner, Kline is being joined onstage at the St. James Theater by Tony- and Emmy-nominee Kate Burton, Tony nominee Kristine Nielsen and, in her Broadway debut, Cobie Smulders.
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