Episodes of “Tales from the Dragon Eye Galaxy” now available for download

Written and Directed by Christian Sterling Hegg.
Starring: Colin Carlton, Kristopher Moreau, Tristyn Sepersky, Matthew Phillion, Jennifer Bean, Kitty Drexel, Shawn Fitzmaurice, Mary C Ferrara, Susan Muller and Christian Hegg.
Sound engineering by Gauntlet Creative.
All sound effects provided by Freesound.org.

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Boston, MA – Tales from the Dragon Eye Galaxy, a new series from writer and actor Christian Sterling Hegg, is now available to stream and download. Episodes 1 – 8 are ready to blast you off to an exciting listening experience at the Sterling Arts & Design website!

Evoking notes of Star Wars and Doctor Who, Tales from the Dragon Eye Galaxy introduces two unlikely partners, the tough as nails space patrol officer Blue Falcon and the quick-thinking meticulous engineer Dr. Bonnie Starr, as they work to stop the evil mad scientist, Dr. Destructo. Will Dr. Star stop Destructo before it’s too late? Listen to find out!

Season 1 (episodes 1 – 8) is now available. Each episode is roughly 15 minutes long, filled with action, adventure, humor and fun.Tales from the Dragon Eye Galaxy, Season 1 can also be found on iTunes, Google Play Music, Spotify and Stitcher.

Season 2 is in the pre-production stages. More information can be found at the Sterling Arts & Design website.

Sterling Arts and Design was launched in 2015 to house the portfolio, ideas and ongoing creative musings of Christian Sterling Hegg. The new audio series is another addition to the projects in process. Hegg can be contacted via his the Sterling Arts & Design webpage for more information about the series and his work.

Theme music: “Mars, the Bringer of War” by Gustav Holst performed by the USAF Heritage America Band, provided by Musopen.com. Additional music: “Avant Jazz” by Kevin McLeod, provided by Incompetech

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