Mary McDonnell Vault your largest fansite dedicated to actress Mary McDonnell

  • Welcome to Mary McDonnell Vault, your online resource dedicated to actress Mary McDonnell. You better know Mary for her role as Captain Sharon Raydor for the TNT crime series The Closer & Major Crimes. But she also did others like Battlestar Galactica, Independence Day, Donnie Darko, Dances with Wolves, Sneakers and many others. Site is comprehensive of a big photogallery with events, photoshoots, magazines, stills, a media archive dedicated to all fans fanarts on Mary, an extensive press library to collect all the articles and interviews on her and a video gallery section for recorded interviews, sneak peeks and trailers of her projects. We claim no rights to know her personally and it's absolutely respectful of her privacy and paparazzi-free!!!
    November 5, 2019    Magazines    Leave a Reply

    The gallery has been updated with HQ scans of BRICKS & MORTAR: Life In And Around Princeton Vol. 6 – Fall/Winter 2019 featuring an article on Mary McDonnell and her play Gloria: A Life.
    Take a look and enjoy!



    November 1, 2019    Major Crimes, Screencaptures, TV-Shows    Leave a Reply

    With a little bit of time, I’m going to switch all of Major Crimes screencaptures of Mary McDonnell with higher quality ones. For now I started with season 1, ah so many memories!



    October 20, 2019    Appereances    Leave a Reply

    First day of Dallas Fan Days is going by and we already got some fan donations from the panel Mary McDonnell did some hours ago. These photos were kindly donated to Mary McDonnell Vault by Elizabeth to whom I am extremely grateful for the generosity. Please do not repost without consent!



    October 16, 2019    Appereances    Leave a Reply

    What a lovely surprise to wake up to. Last night, Mary McDonnell and Edward James Olmos participated to the world premiere of “For All Mankind”, a new Apple TV show of which Ron Moore (Battlestar Galactica) is one of the creators. Take a look in the gallery for HQ photos from the event!



    September 25, 2019    Gloria: A Life, Interviews, Stages, Videos    Leave a Reply

    Actor Mary McDonnell talks about Gloria Steinem and playing her in her new play Gloria: A Life, now in theater through October 6. For info and tickets check www.mccarter.org

    September 18, 2019    News & Articles    Leave a Reply

    Prepare your luggage, cause Madam President is going to Dallas on 19th and 20th of October to Dallas FAN EXPO.
    Info and tickets at their website

    September 14, 2019    Gloria: A Life, Photoshoots, Stages, Stills    Leave a Reply

    A bunch of photos from broadwayworld.com of Mary McDonnell for “Gloria: A Life” got added to the gallery. Take a look and enjoy!



    August 25, 2019    Gloria: A Life, News & Articles, Stages, Videos    Leave a Reply

    The McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton is opening its season with a play about feminist icon Gloria Steinem.

    Titled Gloria: A Life, it was written by the theatre’s longtime resident playwright, Emily Mann, who says Steinem asked her to write “the story of the women’s movement through her life.”

    Two-time Academy Award nominee, Mary McDonnell, will play the title role.

    “All through the ’80s, she was the leading lady for all my plays; I just fell in love with her as an artist,” Mann says.

    The all-female ensemble cast portray the women who influenced Steinem throughout her life.

    They are multiracial and multi-generational, women like Wilma Mankiller, the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation and one of her best friends.

    The show will be staged in the center’s Berlind Theatre. The first act provides insight into Steinem’s personal evolution, using music and video clips from the beginning of the movement through present time.

    The second act is an interactive talking circle with the audience participating.

    “We are transforming the Berlind into a theater-in-the-round,” Mann explains. “You’re asked to respond how her story resonates with your story.”

    It is a motivating experience in which, “people start to look at how they want to affect change,” Mann says.

    Mann is heading into her final season at the McCarter Theatre Center. She says throughout her 30-year career she wanted to give a voice to the voiceless.

    “It’s been a huge mission of mine,” she says. “And one I feel we accomplished quite beautifully.”

    Of this particular work, she says, “I think it’s really, really important for us to be telling this story.”

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