Catherine wants to star in one-woman show
Los Angeles: Hollywood star Catherine Zeta-Jones is looking to expand her career on stage with a one-woman play after making her Broadway debut in `A Little Night Music`.
Zeta-Jones performed on the New York stage for the first time last month when she began previews for the musical revival with Angela Lansbury, USA Today online reported.
And the star admits she would love to be the centre of attention in her own solo show that she just has to come up with the perfect storyline first.
"One of my biggest dreams is to do a one-woman show, with dancing and singing. I just have to figure out the concept," Zeta-Jones said.
In the meantime, the actress wants to try starring in a more traditional performance.
"I want to do a straight play next," the actress added.
Zeta-Jones portrays role of Desiree in Stephen Sondheim`s `A Little Night Music`, which features hits like `Send in the Clowns` and `Every Day a Little Death`.
The Welsh actress started out as a star on London`s West End and won an Oscar for her portrayal of Velma Kelly in movie musical Chicago.