Katie Holmes' Star-Studded Broadway Opening Night

Katie Holmes made her official Broadway debut Thursday night at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theare in the brand-new revival of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons,” alongside Diane Wiest, John Lithgow and Patrick Wilson.

It was Lithgow’s twentieth Broadway opening night.

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A host of celebs including Patricia Clarkson, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Farina, Barbara Walters, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Holmes’ husband, Tom Cruise, turned out to see the play.

The play has reportedly taken in $684,002 in its first full week of previews, making it the highest-grossing play on the Great White Way for the week.

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Variety commended Katie’s performance, saying, “She projects an attractive modesty that makes her part of the ensemble, not an obtrusive bit of celebrity casting.”

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