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Paris Jefferson and Andy Hallett Join Claudia Christian In Third Anne Manx Episode

Updated: Jun 23, 2021

RRCA Casts Plethora of Celebrity Talent in Debut of "Anne Manx and the Trouble on Chromius"



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PARIS JEFFERSON AND ANDY HALLETT JOIN CLAUDIA CHRISTIAN IN THIRD ANNE MANX EPISODE

RRCA Casts Plethora of Celebrity Talent in Debut of "Anne Manx and the Trouble on Chromius"

(Saddle Brook, NJ) – Paris Jefferson, best known as Athena in the “Xena/Hercules” series and recent star of the USA movie, “The Diamond of Jeru”; and Andy Hallett, costar of the popular television series, “Angel,” join Claudia Christian in the latest Radio Repertory Company of America installment of the Anne Manx science fiction audio series, “Anne Manx and the Trouble on Chromius.” The show is scheduled for release in time for the holidays.

The third feature-length episode in the Lives of the Cat science fiction series, "The Trouble on Chromius" takes Anne Manx (Claudia Christian) to a far-away quadrant when prostitutes begin turning up dead on the planet Chromius. Andy Hallett plays a down-on-his-luck tour guide named Archie Lewis who helps Anne find out the culprits responsible for the murders are high up in the planetary government. Paris Jefferson is the bi-sexual prostitute, Wendy McCloud, who may have the answers that can help Anne Manx connect the dead women with a plot concocted by a cadre of senators and police.

The Radio Repertory Company of America’s first venture into feature length science fiction was in 1998 when the company produced, “Flight of the Bumble Bee,” which featured “Star Trek: Next Generation” star Marina Sirtis.

The company first made use of celebrity talent when Katey Sagal, famous for her portrayal of Peg Bundy from the long running television sitcom, “Married With Children,” joined RRCA in 1997 to star in an episode in its third series, “The Stealer of Souls.”

All Radio Repertory shows are available through local bookstores and popular book selling Internet sites. The shows may also be purchased at the RRCA site (www.rrca.com). Its programs have aired on traditional radio stations, as well as the Internet and satellite stations all over the world.


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