Washington, July 3 : Despite all the buzz surrounding her Broadway debut, advance ticket sales for Katie Holmes' Broadway debut in 'All My Sons' are far below those for Nicole Kidman's 1998 run in 'The Blue Room.'
According to the New York Post, Tom Cruise's stage production this fall may not be as lucrative as they had hoped. Tickets to the Arthur Miller revival play aren't selling strongly as expected.
Less than 1 million dollars in tickets for 'All My Sons,' which starts previews in September, have been sold compared to 4 million dollars for Kidman's Broadway stint, according to the paper.
"I've bought 1,000 tickets to the show. I still have them," Usmagazine.com quoted a broker told as saying.
A show rep said: "We don't discuss advance sales."
Moreover, tickets to see Kidman, who briefly appeared nude in the show - went as high as 700 dollars while premium tickets for Holmes' show are netting 300 dollars.