Katie Holmes To Grace The Great White Way
I purposely picked a photo of the Katie-Bot with Tommy Cruise just on the edge of the picture because, even when it’s about Katie? Tom is always lurking in the periphery. Broadway producers better be aware of this if OK! magazine is correct. Because that rumor that Katie was going to attempt (emphasis on attempt) to conquer Broadway? Apparently it’s true.
Per the tabloid, Katie has just signed on to star in a revival of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” come this fall. Producer Eric Falkenstein thinks the Stepford Wife would be just perfect for the role of Ann Deever. Huh. It’s been awhile since I read the play: was she an automaton?
“Katie is very well suited for the role of Ann.There is an additional layer of soul to Ann and from the work I’ve seen of Katie, she has always impressed with multi-faceted characters. She would nail it.”
Ah, yes. Her work in “Batman Begins” where she varied from dull to mindnumbingly insipid really put that range on display.
Oh, and Falkenstein isn’t worried that Katie’s “star power” will overshadow her acting ability. Dude, a twenty-watt lightbulb has more power than her acting ability.
“Despite being in the spotlight and her celebrity status, the fact remains that she has a tremendous record of performances. I think Katie is a tremendous actor. Whenever she decides to come to the stage she’ll be terrific.”
An announcement is expected within the next ten days. Let’s see if OK! actually gets one right for a change.
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