Katie Holmes is to return to Broadway later this year in play 'Dead Accounts', her first major project since announcing her split from Tom Cruise.
Katie Holmes is to return to Broadway later this year.
The 33-year-old actress will star in 'Dead Accounts' - her first major project since announcing her split from Tom Cruise late last month - this autumn, and playwright Theresa Rebeck is ''positively tingling with delight'' about the brunette beauty being in the production.
She told The Wrap: ''It's beyond cool, honestly. The whole team is lively as hell. I am positively tingling with delight.''
Katie - whose divorce settlement with the 'Mission: Impossible' actor was agreed earlier this month - will play a woman in her 30s, who lives with her parents and faces a shock when her brother returns to their Cincinnati town in strange circumstances.
It wont be the first time the 'Dawson's Creek' actress has appeared on Broadway after starring in a revival of Arthur Miller's play 'All My Sons' in 2008 alongside John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest and Patrick Wilson.