Getting ready for a morning full of promotions, Katie Holmes headed into WNYC radio station in New York City this afternoon (December 12).
The 33-year-old actress displayed her darling ensemble consisting of a wool jacket and sparkly gold pumps before dishing about her Broadway play “Dead Accounts.”
In regards to her brand new stage show, the Huffington Post’s theatre critic Carey Purcell gave it a mediocre review stating, “Packed with comparisons of New York to the Midwest, Dead Accounts landed some solid laughs from the New York-based audience but one wonders what tourists will think of the inside jokes. Unfortunately, those are the only aspect of the show that is communicated clearly.”
Miss Purcell went on to add, “I left the theater confused and unfulfilled, wondering what it was Rebeck was trying to say with this show. Was it a condemnation of Wall Street and the financial crisis? A commentary on the religious-based voting in the country? A call to action in response to Occupy Wall Street and the gross discrepancy of wealth? A hopeful prediction of financial reform? I am not sure, and I still don't know what Arbor Day had to do with it either.”