"Ms. McLeod and Ms. O'Farrell depict their characters' complicated friendship with assurance."
"Katharine McLeod is heartbreaking as Mo as she desperately tries to save a marriage that is dissolving before her eyes. McLeod gives Mo a hard shell that doesn’t crack until a moment late in the play that is breathtaking in its honesty."
"Ms. Sanchez does deserve applause for her use of Katharine McLeod as the German maid... This is one maid who ought to be paid double-time."
Robert Gonyo and I chat about my show My High-Heeled Life, theater, feminism, and how to keep an audience on their toes!
"Clever, funny, and also touching, My High-Heeled Life is led by a sharp-witted blonde bombshell who captivates her audience while never pretending to be anyone but herself...McLeod's honesty and the versatile nature of this production make it highly entertaining and engaging."
"McLeod gives an outstanding performance in her one woman show. She takes me on an emotional rollercoaster ride I won’t soon forget... the script is flawless... a wonderful and charismatic performance."
"Displaying both vulnerability and confidence, McLeod shines in this solo play; her acting was flawless...well written, and a great comedic confessional."
"Wittier and more clever than one might expect, Katharine McLeod’s performance holds the audience’s attention. Watching her feels very much like listening to your funniest friend captivating a crowd at cocktail hour. McLeod puts on a show that speaks to her keen social observational skills, which come to life through strong writing and delivery."
"Katharine McLeod’s acting is as strong as her character is warm... she is bubbly but also brutally honest."
"Katharine McLeod is outstanding as Jackie in both versions and clearly distinguishes the younger, obsessed Jackie of Bus Riley from the older, more self-reliant Jackie of Glory in range of voice, style of delivery and gestural language."
"Katharine McLeod in the role of Jackie Loomis was particularly enjoyable."
"My High-Heeled Life reveals a subtle mastery of storytelling."
Katharine McLeod is "an effervescent leading lady"...
"As the beleaguered German maid Louise, Katharine McLeod turns in a very amusing cameo performance."
"The other Bennett sisters were essayed with charm and style by Allison Moy, Emily Cedergreen, Lada Vishtak and Katharine McLeod, who was especially endearing as the bookish Mary."
The two women most affected by the co-mingling of twins, Adriana, and her sister, are pitch-perfect. As Adriana, McLeod comes unglued with all the confusion....like a derailed starlet.