Holmes holds her own, but Butz does the heavy lifting in sometimes funny, sometimes leaden 'Dead Accounts'
Holmes does just fine, I'm happy to report. She even has a couple of moments when she's pretty darn good; a hilarious tirade about the immorality of the banking industry, late in the second act, stands out.
Four or five photographers were hanging out across the street in front of the Chelsea Gourmet Deli; a few reporters were taking turns on camp chairs that had been set up near the building entrance. Next to one was a stack of magazines (The New Yorker was on top) and in another, a reporter was thumbing through a paperback copy of White Noise by Don Delillo.
The people following actress Katie Holmes could be arrested for harassment, according to Councilman Peter Vallone Jr., chairman of the City Council's public safety committee.(4)