Nov. 30 - The actress celebrates the opening of her new play ''Dead Accounts.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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STORY: Katie Holmes returns to the great white way in the new play "Dead Accounts."
The former wife of Tom Cruise celebrated opening night with her cast at the opening night after party and called her second spin on Broadway exciting.
"I love this cast so much and Jack O'Brien (director) and Theresa. It's been a really wonderful experience and now it's - I can't believe it's opening night already," Holmes told Reuters.
The production is the first major role of Holmes' since her highly publicized divorce from Cruise in July. The 33-year-old took up residence in Manhattan in June with her six-year-old daughter Suri.
The play, centered around morals, money and comedy, is about a man, played by two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz, who returns home to Cincinnati, Ohio from New York. A surprise reunion and a $27 million dollar secret creates a unique family dynamic which all takes place in a kitchen surrounded by endless amounts of food.
"Dead Accounts" will run on Broadway for 16 weeks.
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