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“I believe there are some places where the wall is thinner between this world and the next … I think every single song we write is just trying to figure out how to reach it. How to touch it. How ...
Courtesy of Ann Borden

When Artistic Director of Theater Emory Jan Akers told my THEA 120 class that Theater Emory had never produced Romeo & Juliet in its 34-year history, I was surprised — but shouldn’t have been. After all, a lesson I learned ...
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Formed in 2007 by frontman Chris Henderson while attending the Hartt School of Music, Bronze Radio Return steadily rose to fame with impossibly catchy, feel-good hooks. The Wheel interviewed Henderson over the phone about the band’s creative process and a ...
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During my senior year of high school, I confided in my English teacher a deeply held insecurity: despite being someone who loves literature in all its forms, I find Shakespeare, history’s most revered playwright, terribly dull and difficult to trudge ...
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In 2002, a program called Chess in the Schools brought tutors to my New York City classroom to teach 30 rambunctious six-year-olds the rules of chess. I latched onto it quickly and enthusiastically, catalyzed, admittedly, by the not-insignificant crush I’d ...
Courtesy of Amanda Camp

John Steinbeck writes in Once There Was a War, “The theater is the only institution in the world which has been dying for four thousand years and has never succumbed.” And there is an undeniable truth about the seemingly impossible ...
Julia Munslow, Arts & Entertainment Editor

“One time I got really caffeinated and decided to write a breakup song,” Ben Thornewill quips before launching into “Made for Ending,” a jaunty number that sets the tone for what is to come. Thornewill, lead singer of Jukebox the ...