A lovely testimonial by Maria Kuroshchepova: “Anna Pavlova” presented many challenges as an audio project. First of all, it is not a traditional biography, but rather a kind of scrapbook describing key moments from the great ballerina’s life. Second, it contains a multitude of ballet terms, foreign names, and geographic locations. While working on this piece, Cheri spent many hours on research to make certain the content was presented accurately. At the same time, she had to put in a performance as a narrator. She handled this complex and involved task excellently well, offering a formidable and engaging production.” Maria K.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (Version 2), Jules Verne – Chapter 40, Shortage of Air
The Pickaxe Killers by Author/Criminologist R. Barri Flowers