There’s a bunch of pressure to be perfect every time she takes the stage, and Katie Holmes had an absent-minded moment during a recent performance of “Dead Accounts.”
The “Batman Begins” babe showed up at “The Late Show with David Letterman” to talk about her experience with her new Broadway gig.
Katie shared, "I do [enjoy doing theater]. It's really fun, and a couple weeks ago I had the moment that I've been dreading.”
"I have this kind of big speech in the second act, and it's pretty important because it kind of goes along with the theme of the show. I said the first line -- and I'm looking at Judy Greer and I'm supposed to be angry at her -- and then the second line I didn't remember. And I didn't remember the third one."
As for how she recovered, Holmes noted, "I just looked at her like, ah! Obviously, I know what the point of it is. So, I kind of made my way there… It felt like a good hour."