Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, who held a house warming party last Saturday at their new $35 million mansion in Beverly Hills, are moving to New York so Katie can star on Broadway in a revival of Arthur Miller’s Tony award-winning play All My Sons. Producer Eric Falkenstein says it took months of negotiations to confirm Holmes for the play, because she wouldn’t come to NYC without her family, including Cruise and their two-year-old daughter Suri. Falkenstein told the New York Post, “It took time — about four months — to work out. There were family issues. She and Tom are committed to keeping the family together, so they have to get an apartment here.” Cruise and Holmes also have a spacious, secluded mountain home in Telluride, Colorado. All My Sons opens in October.