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‘Present Laughter’: Theater Review

Kevin Kline returns to Broadway after almost 10 years' absence, playing the self-regarding peacock in Noel Coward's 1939 comedic soufflé, also featuring Kate Burton and Cobie Smulders.

‘Privacy’: Theater Review

Daniel Radcliffe plays a young writer who learns about the insidious effects of technology in this British play receiving its U.S. premiere at the Public Theater.

Daniel Radcliffe Returns to New York Stage in ‘Privacy’

Inspired by the Edward Snowden revelations, James Graham's play explores personal privacy and our relationship to technology in the modern age.

‘You Can’t Take It With You’: Theater Review

Rose Byrne makes her Broadway debut alongside James Earl Jones in the 1936 screwball comedy about a family of New York eccentrics