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Broadway's Marin Mazzie Stars in The Radio Repertory Company of America's Newest Anne Manx Episode

Updated: Jun 23, 2021

Mazzie to Star in the New Sci-fi Debut of “Anne Manx and the Black Knight”



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BROADWAY’S MARIN MAZZIE TO STAR IN THE RADIO REPERTORY COMPANY OF AMERICA’S NEXT EPISODE OF THE ANNE MANX SERIES

Mazzie to Star in the New Sci-fi Debut of “Anne Manx and the Black Knight”

(Parsippany, NJ) – Broadway’s Marin Mazzie will guest star in the Radio Repertory Company of America’s latest audio drama, “Anne Manx and the Black Knight.” The new drama is expected to be released in Spring 2016 and will be available to purchase on the company’s website (www.rrca.com) or through Bandcamp (https://radiorepertory.bandcamp.com/). Mazzie is best known for her role as Clara in the 1994 production “Passion,” being nominated for her first Tony Award as Best Feature Actress in a Musical. In 1998, she also went on to perform in “Ragtime” as Mother, earning her another Tony Award nomination. After discovering she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she continued to perform in Broadway’s “The King and I” as a replacement for Kelli O’Hara’s part as Anna Leonowens. Mazzie’s Broadway career earned her three Tony Award nominations and more than 14 other awards and nominations.

“Anne Manx and the Black Knight” will be seventh episode in the Anne Manx series and have Claudia Christian return to her role as Anne Manx. In this episode, Anne has been hired by a mysterious woman to track down her missing husband and the gold that the husband took with him. To renew her private eye license, Anne must also solve a case, so she takes on the assignment and travels to the planet Hedonism Six, but is involved in a transport crash which badly injures her legs. Anne is assigned a robot named Tammie, played by Mazzie, who helps Anne get back on her feet and work towards solving the puzzling case.

Since its formation in 1995, The Radio Repertory Company of America has been producing original audio dramas and continues to discover new sides of entertainment in order to maintain its movie-like sound. “Anne Manx and the Black Knight” hopes to provide another riveting storyline for its listeners.

RRCA anticipates the new science fiction comedy being available for the public in the Spring of 2016.


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