Katie Holmes denies theatre return
Katie Holmes has denied claims she is planning a return on the Broadway stage.
Following her divorce from Tom Cruise last year the star stepped out of the limelight for a while. She made her comeback with a part in New York City play Dead Accounts, which debuted to mixed reviews.
Although the production's run was shortened it's been claimed Katie's love of the theater hasn't been crushed.
The New York Post wrote Katie was planning to stage a musical production on Broadway, after working on some classical music songs with pianist Peter Cincotti.
Although the publication goes into some detail about the supposed idea, the actress' spokesperson has denied the claims.
"Not true," her representative simply said.
Despite the dismissal, it's thought there could be some truth to the report.
Earlier this week excerpts from Katie's Allure magazine interview were released, it which she discussed her career plans. She spoke of her decision to appear in Dead Accounts and hinted she isn't done with theater work just yet.
"I was open to – well, to whoever wanted me," she explained. "But it was always my goal to make it back to the stage."
Although Katie was still getting over her divorce when she starred in Dead Accounts, she made a big impact on her co-stars.
"People thought they would have to step on egg shells [around her],” a source previously explained.
“She’s got her personal stuff going on, but she leaves that at the door. [And] behind the scenes she’s a funny, loving girl, not an ounce of diva in her.”
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