Roger Friedman has seen the new Broadway production of All My Sons, and files one of those stories that goes out of its way to say, “This is not a review.” Okay, but the key info is all here. Holmes plays Ann, a smallish role, with the choice parts reserved for Jon Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, and Patrick Wilson. Sayeth Friedman: “[Holmes] 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.” Also, she’s “working damn hard.” And the stage door johnnies are there to see her.