A Journey From The New World


20040430By Tim Sanders Antonin Dvorák was passionate about his native land and the new land of America; and about birdsong, Native American music, and railway trains.

On the eve of the centenary of Dvorák's death, this play celebrates the man and his music, and how he was inspired by the sounds of the New World, where he wrote some of his most acclaimed work.

Antonin Dvorák....Henry Goodman Josef Kovarik....Lloyd Hutchinson James Creelman....Alan Turkington Jeanette Thurber....Tracy Wiles Henry T.

Burleigh....Clive Rowe Directed by Catherine Bailey

20050707This gentle play with music chronicles a train journey that Antonin Dvorák and his family made from New York City to Spillville Iowa in 1893.