Mary McDonnell Vaultyour 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!!!
Mary McDonnell Vault
your largest fansite dedicated to actress Mary McDonnell
Three Ways Home
Character: Sharon
Directed by: Chris Silva
Written by: Casey Kurtti
Produced by: John Bard Manulis, New Writers at the Westside, Marilyn Tsai
Other cast: S. Epatha Merkerson, Malcolm-Jamal Warner
Venue: Astor Place Theatre
Production dates: May 11, 1988
Genre: Drama
Running time: 90min

This haunting drama consists of inter locking monologues by a black woman, her disturbed teenaged son, and Sharon, a white social worker. Dawn is a streetwise super mom with four kids. The other three are fine, but Frankie is falling into a self destructive fantasy world peopled by supernatural buddies. The social worker tries to help Dawn and Frankie and becomes truly committed. At first, Dawn resists Sharon's help. Gradually the two women become friends united in a common goal: to save Frankie.

Reviews

The most persuasive performance is given by Ms. McDonnell, who enhances her role with an engaging informality. It is through her eyes that we feel the desperate urgency in this disintegrating household. Initially concerned, she soon finds herself irritated by the stubbornness of the welfare mother, but then recognizes the need for trust on both sides. The eventual amity between the two contrasting women is touching, but the play and the production are strewn with hazards.Mel Gussow