All My Sons Closes, But It's Not Katie's Fault
Broadway's revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons will close in December, freeing up Katie Holmes to return back to Xenedu or wherever she and Mr. Cruise call home. John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest will also be out of work for the time being, but don't blame them you guys: the show is only doing it's expected limited-run ending in January…though there wasn't any clamor for an encore. But it's not any cast members fault that they couldn't pack a house to save their lives: no, like everything else these days it was the shitty economy, which is shuttering even some of the biggest and brightest productions on stage right now.
Spamalot and Young Frankenstein were ready to roll over and play dead anyway, but Spring Awakening? That show won all the Tonys merely two years ago, and is currently starring illegally-hot Hunter Parish from Weeds. Do television and movie celebrities merely twenty to two hundred feet away (depending on what kind of seats you have) count for nothing anymore?!
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