Clad in sunglasses and a winter coat with her hair up in a bun, the 33-year-old sat next to her subway and another anonymous rider during her journey. (Before swiping her MTA card, the newly divorced mom to Suri, 6, had feted her first run-through of the show with a small after-party with costars Judy Greer, Norbert Leo Butz and Josh Hamilton -- with whom she shared a passionate onstage kiss during a pivotal scene.)
Indeed, Dead Accounts' first preview had been scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3, but the storm pushed back the date by a couple of days. Holmes and Suri withstood the storm in their rented, $12,000-a-month Chelsea home until a loss of power forced them to move temporarily into a nearby hotel.
Marvels one observer of Holmes' demeanor with her castmates: "She's got her personal stuff going on, but she leaves that at the door. Behind the scenes, she's a funny, loving girl, not an ounce of diva in her."