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The Lost World (play 1998)

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Alien Voices: The Lost World (1998)

The Lost World is an American reading aired on SciFi (and released on audio tape and VHS) on 12 july 1998 as part of the Alien Voices series created by Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie. All the characters are played by actors from the Star Trek TV series. 45 minutes.

This is an adaptation of the Conan Doyle's novel : The Lost World (1912). Except that Professor Summerlee is played by a woman.

The audio recording as mp3 can be ordered at CDBaby.com for $9.99.



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  • Prof. George Edward Challenger : Armin Shimerman (Quark in Star Trek TNG)
  • Prof. Elizabeth Summerlee : Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna in Star Trek Voyager)
  • Edward Malone : Dwight Schultz (Barclay in Star Trek Voyager)
  • Gladys Hungerton : Marnie Mosiman (Harmony / Balance in Star Trek TNG)
  • Lord John Roxton / Narrator : John de Lancie (Q in Star Trek TNG)
  • Angus McArdle : Leonard Nimoy (Spock in Star Trek)
  • Copy Boy / Meldrum / Chief a. o. : Ethan Phillips (Neelix in Star Trek Voyager)
  • Various roles : Richard Doyle (Bajoran in Star Trek DS9 video game)


  • Adaptation : John de Lancie
  • Producers : David Garfinkle, Matthew Papiah, Jay Renfrae
  • Script : John de Lancie, Nat Segaloff
  • Music : Peter Erskine
  • Production audio assistants : Tom Bennett, Diane Brow
  • Stage Manager : Mary Valente
  • Foley Artist : Michael Spierer
  • Post-production supervisor : Jeff Howell
  • Post-production Engineer : Gina Gutierrez


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