Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 April 2014

Katie Holmes: I'd vacation with Dawson's stars

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes has joked she might go on vacation with her Dawson's Creek co-stars and "just film it" for a reunion episode.

The actress has appeared on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show for her first sit-down TV appearance since her split from Tom Cruise.

Katie suggested how the plot might go should the much-discussed Dawson's Creek reunion take place. She starred in the hugely popular TV show alongside Michelle Williams, James Van Der Beek and Joshua Jackson. The series followed the lives of the four friends in a small coastal town as they helped each other cope with adolescence.

"I love everyone from the show and we have kind of talked about it here and there, but what do you do?" Katie wondered to Jimmy Fallon.

"Michelle's character passed away... Our last episode, we were already five years older. Maybe we'll go on vacation, that will be fun - and just film it!"

Katie talked about her current acting role on New York City's Broadway, where she stars in a comedy play called Dead Accounts.

The 33-year-old beamed as she discussed the stage show, in which she plays an Ohio woman who lives at home with her parents.

Katie co-stars in the play with Josh Hamilton and Tony-winner Norbert Leo Butz.

"It's a comedy, but there's a lot of heavy themes," Katie revealed. "[The plot follows my character's brother returning to the family home after] doing something really wrong."

The actress showed she has a fun side by taking part in a game of charades with the audience.

She also shared an anecdote about being caught misbehaving while rehearsing for Dead Accounts.

Katie laughed as she recalled a prop technician discovering her munching pizza meant for a scene.

"We didn't have an audience yet!" Katie protested as she explained what happened.

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