Packed with comparisons of New York to the Midwest, Dead Accounts landed some solid laughs from the New York-based audience but one wonders what tourists will think of the inside jokes. Unfortunately, those are the only aspect of the show that is communicated clearly.
As for Katie Holmes, she has moved on from tabloid fodder and former wife of a superstar. She can command the stage and -- even more importantly -- command her own life. I speak for many who say it's good to have her back.
Some of the answers in Katie Holmes' new Broadway play "Dead Accounts" come at the end of the first act, and it would be remiss to give them away. Or, as the main character himself says, "It's so complicated it's not worth explaining."