The Times assigned Alexis Soloski to do the interview.
By Brent Lang “Dear Evan Hansen,” an unlikely hit about teen suicide, was named best musical at the 71st annual Tony Awards on Sunday.
It’s been about a decade since Kline visited a professional stylist, so she’s understandably nervous about it.
But given her persona — an endearing combination of chipper and jittery — she could just as easily be excited; it’s not always easy to tell.
By Gordon Cox Kevin Kline is set to return to Broadway in a new revival of “Present Laughter,” slipping into the St. Kline, who hasn’t been on Broadway since the 2007 revival of…
By Gordon Cox Demetri Martin’s directorial debut “Dean,” Craig Atkinson’s documentary look a police culture “Do Not Resist”and Udi Aloni’s “Junction 48” earned top juried awards at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival…
August Wilson’s “Jitney,” the story of gypsy cab drivers in 1970’s Pittsburgh…
By Gordon Cox The Tony nominations have seemingly helped “Groundhog Day” turn heads, with the Broadway musical lifted to its highest weekly tally yet in the wake of seven nods including best musical. By Marilyn Stasio Whatever would we do without Kevin Kline?
Kevin Kline won his third Tony Award for Lead Actor in Present Laughter on Sunday.
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The Broadway revival of Noël Coward’s Present Laughter officially opened April 5 at the St. Directed by Tony Award nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel, the production stars Academy Award and two-time Tony Award winner Kevin Kline as Garry Essendine, Tony and Emmy Award nominee Kate Burton as Liz Essendine, Tony Award nominee Kristine Nielsen as Monica Reed, and stage and screen star Cobie Smulders as Joanna Lyppiatt.
Usually, she says, she cuts her own hair and asks her boyfriend, Porches singer Aaron Maine, to fix up the back.
Her last cut was pretty severe — she says she separated her once-long hair into two braids and hacked them both off, creating a Ramona Quimby-looking fringed bob.