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Mary McDonnell Vault
your largest fansite dedicated to actress Mary McDonnell
The Heidi Chronicles
Character: Heidi Holland
Directed by: Daniel Sullivan
Written by: Wendy Wasserstein
Produced by: The Shubert Organization, Suntory International Corporation, James Walsh
Other cast: David Hyde Pierce, Tony Shalhoub
Venue: Plymouth Theatre
Production dates: March 09, 1989 - September 01, 1990
Genre: Drama

The plot follows Heidi Holland from high school in the 1960s to her career as a successful art historian more than twenty years later. The play's main themes deal with the changing role of women during this time period, describing both Heidi's ardent feminism during the 1970s and her eventual sense of betrayal during the 1980s. Though most of the characters are women, there are two important male characters; Peter Patrone, a gay pediatrician who is arguably Heidi's best friend, and Scoop Rosenbaum, a magazine editor who marries and has many affairs, and with whom Heidi has a tense friendship. Heidi meets Scoop at a Eugene McCarthy rally where he tries to woo her with knowledge and wit. She seems unenthused and lies about her name to Scoop but is soon convinced as she realizes Scoop is a very intelligent, attractive man despite his egotistical ways. The scene in which they first meet ends with a passionate kiss and night together. It is ambiguously implied that Heidi may have been a virgin at the time. Although they don't work out romantically, the chemistry between Scoop and Heidi is insatiable and they go on to be lifelong friends. Heidi realizes that not marrying does not mean she cannot be a mother and takes matters into her own hands. She chooses to adopt a child on her own.