It’s been less than three weeks since Katie Holmes inked her divorce settlement with Tom Cruise, but the actress is already ramping up her next career moves. Last week, the 33-year-old signed on to star this fall in Dead Accounts, a new Broadway play from Smash creator Theresa Rebeck about a sister dealing with the return of her estranged brother. It will mark Holmes’ second stint on the Great White Way following a well-received turn in the 2008 revival of Arthur Miller‘s All My Sons (costarring John Lithgow and Patrick Wilson). Before hitting the stage, the actress, who recently wrapped a film version of Anton Chekhov‘s The Seagull, is working on a film called Molly, which she’s co-writing, co-producing, and starring in as a single mother. Additionally, she and stylist Jeanne Yang cofounded a clothing line, Holmes & Yang, which will do its first-ever New York Fashion Week presentation in September. In the meantime, Holmes fans can expect her to continue starring in paparazzi shots of her shopping trips to Whole Foods.