Scarlett Johansson made her Broadway debut Sunday night in Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge and, according to The New York Times, she melted “into her character so thoroughly that her nimbus of celebrity” disappeared. An InStyle editor on hand reported back that “she wears the period fashions beautifully in the show and holds her own with seasoned theater vets” like Liev Schreiber. “The audience let out a cheer when she entered for her curtain call,” he added. Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman and Ellen Barkin were part of the star-studded audience on hand to witness her debut. The actress celebrated that evening at the play’s opening night party, where she glowed in a Dolce and Gabbana floral dress and glittering jewels.