STUDIO VOICE-SPACE COLLABORATION 2
The second iteration of this crossover endeavour between the Studio Voice class in the Professional Theatre Department and S.P.A.C.E. Magazine, under the auspices of Arts and Science, was another success. Professor Andrew Katz of the Department of English provided an overview to the two groups of theatre students, they then went about exploring the S.P.A.C.E. site for articles, essays, short stories and poems to record; the idea being that the recordings accompany the publications as mini audiobooks.
The 21 recordings were conducted in late February and early March in the studio in 5E.1. Once again, there was a great variety in the poems, short stories, and essays, despite the fact that there were a few repeats from last year’s material (though different voices and interpretations) and a few recordings of the same selections. It shows that many of these pieces speak to a wide range of readers, and the recordings seek to reflect that to the listener.
Thanks again to Andrew for facilitating this collaboration, which manages to be both fun and fruitful, and thank you to Ursula Sommerer for her invaluable technical help.
—Matt Holland, instructor, Studio Voice
Ripped in Tide read by Alina Ichmouratov
Hope and Hopelessness read by Anthony Tapia-Ancinez
Life is Like Water read by Bianca Beldie
Mouth Shut, Mind Shouting read by Charlotte Bourges
Cottagecore and Consequences read by Chloe Lebel
My Autobiography of Play read by Diego Nasser
Bus Stop Daydream read by Elliot Million-Lovett
Nameless read by Elliot Million-Lovett
Ripped in the Tide read by Estefani Hernandez
Words of a Parasite read by Felipe Ribeiro
My First Pair of Charoles read by Frida Flores
Words of a Parasite read by Giovanni Caster
A Grin So Wide It Hurts read by Kaye Canono
Ripped in the Tide read by Leo Filion
The Birth of JRR Tolkien's love child culture read by Marcel Pare
Teach Me How read by Megan Roche
What If read by Nicoleta Dumanschi
I Pick Up Songs Quickly read by Philip Lemontzis
Nameless read by Polina Kyrylenko
Words of a Parasite read by Sung-Sil Park
Teach Me How read by Trystan Nolet-Berthelot
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