When I met her in April 2005, she told me she wanted to do plays. Then she met Cruise, and all of that was over. Three and a half years later, she gets her chance, at last. She isn’t bad. She’s up against some real pros, and she holds her own. Like most movie and TV actors, her voice and projection need work. But she knows her lines, appears to understand the character and does not embarrass herself at all. Given the pressures involved, that’s a lot. [...] The main thing is, Katie Holmes is in most of the play, and is working damn hard. She doesn’t need anyone to "save" her.So back off, Anonymous! Those Broadway thetans will be exorcised just fine by Thursday; we'll have a full review round-up later in the week.
- Katie Holmes: First Broadway Report [Fox News]