‘Dooley’s Players’ Perform Adapted ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Courtesy of Emory Photo and Video On the night of Feb. 19, the temperature dropped to 40 degrees. While the original play in Messina, Italy, is supposed to take place in the warm summer, Dooley’s Players’ immersive production of “Much Ado About Nothing” was set in the stark, chilly winter. But the dreary weather didn’t [...]

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Heather Christle Bears Soul in Poetry Reading

Heather Christle’s poetry is telescopic. It makes you feel both small and big, but always human.   On Jan. 28., the Creative Writing program kicked off the Spring semester reading series with a reading by Christle, a renowned poet and an assistant professor of English and Creative Writing at Emory. Christle was met with a packed [...]

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One Spot Only, Success At All Cost: ‘Peerless’ Review

Courtesy of Simon Ray All Emory students have had to complete a college application. While we’ve all experienced the inevitable stress and competitiveness of the process, most of us haven’t considered murder as a means to secure a spot at Emory. But that’s exactly what “Peerless,” Dooley’s Players latest show, imagines. Written by Jiehae Park [...]

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Brad Mehldau and Ian Bostridge Release Sparks of Creativity

American jazz pianist Brad Mehldau and British tenor Ian Bostridge combined poetry and classical music to kick off the second concert of the 2019-20 Candler Concert Series. With about 350 people in attendance, the innovative performance left a strong and touching impression on the audience.  The Oct. 18 concert was performed in two parts. During [...]

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