Lee Ann participated in two new recordings of classics now available on Audible.  She performed the role of the narrator in a full-cast production of Little Men by Louisa May Alcott.  The Online Stage produced this title in cooperation with Spoken Realms.

“Published in 1871, Little Men is a sequel to the novel, Little Women. It tells the continuing story of Jo March, who has married Professor Bhaer, with whom she now runs a small school.


Narrator: Lee Ann Howlett

Ragged Boy/Nat/Uncle Teddy: Andy Harrington

John/Emil/Comodore/Silas/Peter: Jeff Moon

Servant maid/Mary Ann/Nan: Leanne Yau

Tommy Bangs/Dick/Nursey/Asia/Meg: P J Morgan

Demi/Kitty Mouse: Arielle Lipshaw

Daisy/Sally/Adolphus/Dolly: Tiffany Halla Colonna

Jo/Rob: Amanda Friday

Mr Bhaer: Ben Lindsey-Clark

Franz/Jack: Ted Wenskus

Stuffy/George: Tomas Peter

Ned: Anastasia Durning

Teddy/Amy: Becca Maggie

Dan/Billy: Maureen Boutilier

Little Bess: Miranda Hodges

Dr Firth/Mr Roberts/Grandpa/Mr Hyde: Ben Stevens

Audio edited by Libby Stephenson.”

The sample and purchase information can be found here.

The second recording is a three narrator version of A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle.  Lee Ann performs the voices of the American characters.  This book was produced by Voices of Today via Spoken Realms.

A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Narrated by Linda Barrans, Cate Barratt, and Lee Ann Howlett.

Consulting detective Sherlock Holmes is first introduced to the reading and listening public in A Study in Scarlet, along with his soon-to-be fellow sleuth Dr. John Watson. First published in 1887, the novel is one of only four full-length works by the author in his original canon of Holmes cases. The murders in question are committed in London, but the actions leading up to them were perpetrated in America, calling for a transcontinental narration of this most interesting story.”

This book is available from Audible here.

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