A&Q Presents: September 17, 2014
Catherine Luciani '15 is a theatre major with supporting creative writing and Japanese minors. Last semester she studied abroad at the London Dramatic Academy, training and studying various acting methods and plays. On campus she contributes to the Green Apple publication, co-leads React to Film, hosts her own radio show on WHCL and will be performing in this semester's mainstage play A Dream Play. She is a deep lover of all the arts, poetry, chocolate, coffee, dogs, summer, or if it's not summer: the cozy, warm feeling that comes with Christmas, a good quote, and all of her family and friends. She is very excited to be here to share a bit of her soul with you all and thankful for everyone's support, energy, and good vibes.
As a communication scholar, Amber Torres '16 knows all too well about the subjectivity of symbolic language, therefore her poetry engages more than words and their literal definitions. Amber’s juxtaposition and delivery of words delights the listener as she fluctuates the speed, length and stress of each phrase. She explores social and global issues through personal narratives and educates her audience by easing the responsibility of deciphering dense metaphors. Influenced by the music of neo soul group Floetry, the musicality of her messages allows the listener to think less and feel more, a skill she fears has been lost in the age of political correctness. Amber Torres is now a junior studying Communication and Art History at Hamilton College. She intends to remain an advocate for the arts after college.
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