The Woman of the House: Mary McDonnell adjusts to life in the White House
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Prime Time: Never The Ingenue, Mary Mcdonnell Gives Dark Side A Different Wrinkle
Nancy Mills | Chicago Tribune
August 13, 1995


Hollywood’s Late Bloomer: Shy At First, Mary McDonnell Has A Blossoming Film Career
Michael J. Bandler | Chicago Tribune
January 24, 1993

Playing the Odd Sayles Role
Douglas Martin | New York Times
January 24, 1993

The Mind Games of Mary McDonnell
Times-Union (Warsaw, IN)
January 28, 2013

A Bitter Role Brings This Actress Sweet Acclaim
Steven Rea | Philadelphia Inquirer
January 31, 1993

In Step with Mary McDonnell
James Brady | Parade Magazine
March 7, 1993

Mary McDonnell as Thursday-morning teacher
Jeff Silverman | New York Times/Lakeland Ledger
March 23, 1993

Proud Mary
Patricke Cooke | Lear’s Magazine
August 2003

Time for ‘The American Clock’/Actress, audience now better prepared for Depression play
Luaine Lee | Houston Chronicle
August 23, 1993

Acting Her Age: For Mary McDonnell, Being Unglamorous Is Paying Off
Hilary de Vries | Chicago Tribune
August 29, 1993

Profiles: Mary McDonnell
Angie Errigo | Empire Magazine (UK)
October 1993


Mary McDonnell Has Acted Her Way Into The Big Time
Catherine Dunphu | The Toronto Star
September 11, 1992

Mary McDonnell plays down image as ‘overnight sensation’
Dan DiNicola | The Sunday Gazette (Schenectady, N.Y.)
September 13, 1992

Mary McDonnell is one of those increasingly rare performers…
Vernon Scott | UPI
October 16, 1992

Mary McDonnell explores her dark side
David Kronke | Los Angeles Daily News (Deseret News – The Salt Lake Tribune)
December 22-23, 1992


At the Movies: McDonnell After ‘Wolves’
Lawrence Van Gelder | New York Times
February 22, 1991

The Oscar Payoff: Successful film alters careers of those responsible
John Horn | Associated Press (The Item, Sumter, N.C.)
April 27, 1991

Mary McDonnell – Without Reservations
Laurie Werner | Cosmopolitan
November 1991

Actress Says Hard Work Is Healthy
Calgary Herald
December 22, 1991

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Mary McDonnell Builds A Bridge Across Cultures
Peter M. Nichols | New York Times
December 2, 1990



Another Unmarried Woman, Not by Choice
Anita Gates | New York Times
March 12, 1999


Television Review: Styron, With All His Contradictions
John J. O’Connor | New York Times
January 22, 1997

Lost Without a Screen: The Fate of ‘Orphan’ Films
Ingrid Abramovitch | New York Times
March 9, 1997

When Going Public With Pain Can Be Healing
Caryn James | New York Times
June 16, 1997


Fall Movie Preview (Mariette in Ecstasy)
ed. Mark Harris | ew.com
August 25, 1995

‘High Society’ debuts tonight
Lynn Elber | Associated Press
October 30, 1995

Television Review: It’s Monday, So It Must Be Women
Caryn James | New York Times
November 6, 1995


Review/Film: Of Dunkers and Dollars
Janet Maslin | New York Times
February 18, 1994

Chill Out
Alex Witchel
July 31, 1994


Variety Marks Mary McDonnell
Luaine Lee | Scripps Howard News Service

FILM VIEW: The Year of the Woman? Not in Movies.
Caryn James | New York Times
January 10, 1993

FILM VIEW – ‘Passion Fish’ Nourishes the Grown-Ups
Caryn James | New York Times
January 24, 1993

Mary McDonnell hailed as Hollywood comer
Robin Sloan | The Times-News (Hendersonville, N.C.)
September 7, 1993


On Stage, and Off
Alex Witchel | New York Times
June 5, 1992


FILM VIEW: Frugging With Wolves
Caryn James | New York Times
January 13, 1991

Kevin Costner Said the Words but Doris Leader Charge Made the Dances Dialogue Truly Sioux
David E. Thigpen | People.com
January 21, 1991

Mary McDonnell proves to be wise choice for “Wolves”
Knight News Service | Toledo Blade
March 22, 1991

TV Weekend: A Willa Cather Classic About Settlers in Nebraska
John J. O’Connor | New York Times
May 17, 1991

COPING: How the Not-So-Merry Can Beat the Blahs and Blues
Alex Witchel | New York Times
November 10, 1991


On Stage
Enid Nemy | New York Times
June 15, 1990

A Soldier at One With the Sioux
Vincent Canby | New York Times
November 9, 1990