Very important to the scope of the finished production are our two multi-tasking 'voice men', Barnaby Edwards and Stuart Crossman.
Barnaby may be familiar to you as a director and actor in several of the Big Finish audio dramas, and his tones are put to excellent use in the dual roles of Professor Caldera and the Krarg Commander. I'd previously worked with Stuart in a theatre production of The Wind in the Willows a year or so earlier, and I'd witnessed his versatility in playing everything from a policeman to a delinquent weasel.
He was therefore an ideal choice for the roles of the Police Constable, the hapless Motorist, and the subordinate Krargs.
Barney, Stuart and I also contributed various additional voices throughout the play, such as the outraged pedestrians during the bicycle chase and the babble of voices in Skagra's sphere.
On one evening we had a mass Krarg session in which various members of the cast, including Sean Biggerstaff, Andrew Sachs and John Leeson, together with several of the production staff from both Big Finish and BBCi, provided general Krarg roaring for the crowd scenes in the last couple of episodes. I suppose it's rather a silly way to earn a living, but I wouldn't want to swap it for any other.