First Katie Holmes tackles Tom, then childbirth. Next up, the Great White Way? Ms. Holmes may emerge from her post-Suri cocoon to flutter onto a Broadway stage next season. The Dawson’s Creek star is in negotiations to appear in a revival of Arthur Miller’s 1947 play All My Sons. The play is based on a true story—ripped from the headlines, as it were—about a man who sold faulty airplane parts to the U.S. military during World War II. John Lithgow is set to play the family patriarch. (Dianne Wiest may end up in the part of his wife.) And Ms. Holmes would play a woman visiting the family of her lover, a pilot who went missing in the war. As Variety points out, this would be a sweet comeback for Ms. Holmes, if she can pull it off. Her last project, Mad Money, co-starring Queen Latifah and Diane Keaton, was a box office flop.