“All My Sons” Katie Holmes Broadway Ticket Sales Poor
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Katie Holmes’ Broadway debut is turning into a box office disaster. Ticket sales for Katie’s performance as Ann Deever in the revival of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons have been poor, according to an article in the New York Post on Wednesday. The show, opening in September, has reportedly earned less than $1 million in sales revenue.
“Where are all the Scientologists? Don’t they want to see her?”
“I bought 1,000 tickets to the show. I still have them,” one broker says.
Insiders say Holmes’ sales figures are no match for other Hollywood stars who have starred on the Great White Way, including Julia Roberts and the former Mrs. Cruise, Nicole Kidman.
“I think if she takes off her clothes, she may catch up,” one insider joked.
Nicole sold $4m of advance tickets before she made her 1998 debut in David Hare’s Broadway production of The Blue Room.