Dead Accounts Tickets
Now that Katie Holmes is finally free, she will be making her much awaited return to the performing
arts in November on Broadway. Katie Holmes teams with Norbert Leo Butz in Dead Accounts, the new
comedy by Theresa Rebeck. The play is directed by Jack O’Brien.
The story has a small number of characters. Lorna, to be portrayed by Katie Holmes, is a single woman
on a diet who stays at home with her parents to help her mother take care of her bedridden father. Her
brother Jack returns home after a long time, with a large sum of money. The family, struggling in their
finances, later finds out that there is a back story to where he got the money from.
During the show, the mother consistently reminds the daughter that she would never be as good as the
son. The men in the story also tell Lorna that she does not need to be on a diet. The visit from Jack’s
wife, Jack’s refusal to see his father, and the revelation about where the money came from are all very
interesting aspects of the story.
The show is primarily a comedy, but some of the issues portrayed in the story are very serious. The
effect of the global and regional economy on a middle class family, and the individual crises faced by
the characters are dealt with in a way that does not diminish the value of these issues. Some characters
have a crisis of faith; others struggle to fight their urges, all that has been done in a way that does not
weigh the show down.
The play has been performed in Cincinnati earlier this year with a different cast. The reception and
reviews urged the producers to make a few major changes to the show, and the new and improved
version with the star studded cast is will be performed in November, as mentioned earlier.
The story occurs in Cincinnati, and there are several references to the Midwestern lifestyle, ethics and
way of thinking. However, the author wanted everyone to be able to connect to the show’s characters.
So the influence of Midwest culture can be felt throughout the play, but it does not overwhelm the
show. Viewers from Cincinnati will be able to get the occasional references, but the play is for everyone
Critics and theatergoers alike are eagerly anticipating the play. This will be the first time Katie Holmes
returns to the stage in many years, so the first few performances are expected to be sold out. However,
there are a few tickets available for the first week of November and still many tickets available for later
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