Katie Holmes

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Mark your calendars, Katie Holmes' Broadway debut date has been set.

The producers of the revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons announced today that Mrs. Tom Cruise & Co. will begin previews Sept. 18 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The curtain will officially go up Oct. 16, and the limited-run engagement is set to last through Jan. 11.

As previously reported, Holmes will join an all-star ensemble that includes John Lithgow, Dianne Weist and Patrick Wilson.

Instead of $100—the average price for most Broadway shows—premium seats for All My Sons' evening performances are expected to go for a whopping $251, while regular seats will sell for $116. During the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas, those prices are expected to soar at least $100 higher.

Based on a true story of war profiteering and tragedy, Miller's play originally opened in 1947 with a cast that included Ed Begley Sr., Beth Miller and Karl Malden. It ran for 328 performances, won Tonys for Best Play and Best Director (Elia Kazan) and was twice adapted to the big screen, in 1948 and 1986.

All My Sons will mark the 29-year-old Holmes' first stage foray since her high school days in Toledo, Ohio.

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