Daisey Does MacDowell

Feature

Friday, December 14, 2007

A hundred years ago in New Hampshire, Edward and Marian MacDowell opened the doors of America’s first official artists colony. Aaron Copland wrote "Billy the Kid" there. Willa Cather worked on Death Comes for the Archbishop. And earlier this year, Mike Daisey went to work on a monologue. He has this to say about his month in a cabin at the MacDowell Colony.

    Music Playlist
  1. Billy the Kid (Orchestral Suite): Card Game at Night (Prairie Suite)
    Artist: London Symphony Orchestra
    Album: A Copland Celebration Vol. 1
    Label: Sony Classical
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Dream Song
    Artist: Erik Friedlander
    Album: Block Ice & Propane
    Label: Skipstone
    Purchase: Amazon

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Mike Daisey

Comments [1]

Tim from Ohio

Mary Worth only has two panels today. What will they do after dinner at the MacDowell Colony?

Dec. 18 2007 01:07 PM

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