St. James Theatre

$59 & up – 'Present Laughter' Starring Kevin Kline, Save up to $45

'Present Laughter'
'Present Laughter' Starring Kevin Kline, Save up to $45
Christian Alcantara
Deal Expert
See the Academy and Tony Award-winning funnyman make his highly anticipated return to Broadway.

The Deal

For the first time in a decade, Kevin Kline returns to Broadway in this revival of Noel Coward's comedic semiautobiographical play "Present Laughter." With this offer, Travelzoo members can save up to $45 on tickets.

Choose from the following performances at the St. James Theatre through July 2:

Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings:

  • $59-$79 (reg. $89) .... Center and Side Mezzanine seats
  • $99 (reg. $145) ... Orchestra seats

Tony and Emmy nominee Kate Burton ("Scandal," "Grey’s Anatomy"); Tony nominee Kristine Nielsen ("Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike"); and Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother," "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back"), in her Broadway debut, join Kevin Kline in "Present Laughter." Kline plays a self-obsessed actor experiencing a midlife crisis, who must deal with personal relationship struggles, the secretary who has been able to put up with him, a crazy playwright and his estranged wife as he attempts to overcome his own problems.

What's the Catch?

Extra fees are $7.50-$9.75 per ticket and $3.20 per order, but that's the standard charge on all tickets.

Book by June 2.

* Restrictions may apply.

$59 & up

at 'Present Laughter'

When You Can Go

Through July 2


Up to $45

How to Book

Book online at 'Present Laughter'

  1. Click "Find Tickets" next to a valid performance date.
  2. Enter the offer code TZOO in the "Enter Offer Code" box.
  3. Use the map to select your seats, then click "Add."
  4. Once your seats have been selected, click "Go."
  5. Review your order and click "Next."
  6. Choose a shipping method, then log in or create an account to complete the purchase. 

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