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Katie Holmes: Friday Night 'Dead Accounts' Performance!

Katie Holmes: Friday Night 'Dead Accounts' Performance!

Katie Holmes keeps it chic while arriving at the Music Box Theatre for one of her last performances of her Broadway play Dead Accounts on Friday (December 28) in New York City.

The day before, the 34-year-old actress bundled up while arriving at the theater for a night performance.

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In case you missed the news, Katie‘s play will be closing next weekend on Sunday, January 6, so make sure to buy tickets to watch Katie acting as Lorna if you haven’t seen it yet!

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13 Responses to “Katie Holmes: Friday Night 'Dead Accounts' Performance!”

  1. 1
    hmm... Says:

    Single and Happy!

  2. 2
    rikki Says:

    i wish the paparazzi worked this hard to get pictures of other Broadway stars. i would love to have seen these pictures of say, Darren Criss or Nick Jonas leaving their theatres when they were doing How To Succeed…

  3. 3
    Tim Gunn Says:

    The play is closing several months early because it is atrocious and the sales are zero.

  4. 4
    Random Commenter Says:

    I’m switching between Haunted Encounters: Face to Face and college football. I just thought you should know.

  5. 5
    TheDudeAbides Says:

    The acting was good. But the play was not all that. So they said…

  6. 6
    Suri the meal ticket Says:

    Notoriety doesn’t cash in. Go home.

  7. 7
    Sincerely concerned Says:

    Of course the # of seats being filled is low. If I heard a show had gotten bad reviews, I surely wouldn’t shell out big bucks.

  8. 8
    dani Says:

    @Sincerely concerned:

    On the contrary several shows have gotten less than stellar reviews, but due to the competent acting, word-of-mouth or the public disagreeing with the critics. Spiderman didn’t get great reviews, but it hovers around 80 percent full. Phantom which has been playing forever and gets wildly differing reviews hovers between 70-80% capacity. AMS didn’t get totally stellar reviews, but it had the GREAT John Lithgow and Diane Weist in it–Broadway favorites. I think DA thought Katie was the total draw there. Wrong. And any NYC theater goer and aficionado could have told you that seeing AMS had nothing to do with Katie Holmes (who was the weakest actor in it) and everything to do with the other actors. Peter and the Starcatcher’s reviews haven’t been great and it hovers between 60-70 percent. When you have a weak play like DA and you put in a very weak actress like KA and the rest of the cast are known to Broadway fans and not so much to the general public–well it is recipe for failure. And it failed. It is an off-Broadway play and that is where it should have been put on. It most likely would be sold out if it was. But ten-to-one Katie and her management team would probably feel Off Broadway was a huge step down for her and thinking she’d replicate “her” (make that Lithgow, Weist and Patrick) success with DA. Instead now instead of playing to a sold-out crowd off broadway–she is now a failure on Broadway. Good move Katie and team. NOT.

  9. 9
    missy Says:

    You can’t really compare something like Spiderman to Dead acounts. Spiderman is an iconic character with a huge built in audience. Phantom is a unique haunting experience. A small simple play with terrible reviews is a pretty tough sell.

  10. 10
    befuddled by the kerfuffle Says:

    @dani: that, plus – was her acting so weak, that she couldn’t pull off a ‘midwestern girl’ which is exactly her profile?? is she so far from her past (already)??

  11. 11
    Julie Says:

    Well.of course the play would close earlier…the play is crappy and Katie has no talent or looks to be an actress.Even when she was in Dawson’s Creek,she was boring.I only watched DC because of two of the actors.Katie is a very mediocre actress,her movies don’t sell much,she’s tacky and extremely boring.Who would want to watch her playing basically herself on a theater?I wouldn’t,not even for free.

  12. 12
    dani Says:


    A small simple less than great play (whether it is the script, directing or acting) belongs on Off Broadway. Not Broadway. Broadway is full of theaters with lots of seats. A play has to be stellar for it to make it on Broadway. For instance I’m not Rappaport with Judd Hirsch and Clevon Little was simple and it was a great Broadway Play. Did close to 900 performances and won Tonys for Best Play and Hirsch. Dead Accounts lacks a decent script, didn’t think the directing was that good and Katie was pretty cringe-worthy awful. Although not the main star, she had enough presence on stage to make one want to curl up in embarrassment for her.

  13. 13
    Sofia Says:

    It’s just mind boggling that this woman thinks she can act. With Tom gone, hopefully the people stroking her ego are gone too. Instead of all those dance classes, she should put that time into acting classes.

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