Joining Frank Langella when he opens in Noel Coward's Present Laughter at Broadway's Walter Kerr Theatre Nov. 18, will be David Cale, Lisa Emery, Tim Hopper, Allison Janney, Kelly Overbey, Judith Roberts, Steve Ross, Caroline Seymour, Margaret Sophie Stein and Jeff Weiss.
Frank Langella's most recent Broadway appearance was as The Father in the August Strindberg play at the Roundabout. His most famous stage appearances have been as Dracula, Sherlock Holmes and Salieri.
The production has special meaning for Steve Ross. Best known as a cabaret entertainer who makes Cole Porter and Noel Coward songs his specialty, Ross actually played on Coward's own piano at the composer's last home in Jamaica.
For tickets and information, call (800) 432-7250.