Katie Holmes is going back on Broadway
Katie Holmes is bouncing back from her divorce to Tom Cruise by returning to Broadway. Katie has been cast in a play called “Dead Accounts,” where
she’s slated to play a 30-something woman who is stuck living with her
parents in Cincinnati.
Katie made her Broadway debut in a 2008 revival of Arthur Miller’s
“All My Sons” opposite John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest. Her performance
brought in mixed reviews.
Wall Street Journal wrote that Katie “doesn’t know the first
thing about stage acting. Anyone misguided enough to make her
professional stage debut on Broadway opposite Mr. Lithgow is asking for
trouble, and Ms. Holmes gets it in spades.” Ouch!
NY Daily wrote that Katie “seems comfortable and adds a fitting glint of glamour.” Nice!
USA Today stated that Katie has potential if she “finds a director who can ease her obvious self-consciousness.”
Katie been through a lot lately and surely she has grown from the
experience in more ways than one. We look forward to reading the glowing
“Dead Accounts” is written by playwright Theresa Rebeck who was a
Pulitzer Prize finalist for her 2003 play “Omnium Gatherum;” she’s also
the creator of NBC’s Smash starring Katharine McPhee.