Alien Voices, (2011) all dramas recorded by Alien Voices were released as digital downloads.
War Of The Worlds (2007). Remake by a crew of Star Trek actors including John Lancie, Leonard Nimoy, Brent Spiner, Gates McFadden, Armin Shimerman and of course Dwight Schultz as additional voices and the announcer.
Sherlock Holmes Theatre by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Radio drama, released by Blackstone Audiobooks (2005). Winner of the 2006 Audie Award and the 2006 Communicator Award. Book ID(3420) - 5.6 hrs (est.) The first audio recordings ever of the only two Holmes plays written by his creator. The Napoleon of Crime and The Speckled Band, along with a newly created one-act comedy, Ghastly Double Murder in Famed Detective's Flat. These new, specially commissioned productions of the Hollywood Theater of the Ear star Audie Award-winning readers and a full cast in three exceptional dramas. Dwight Schultz, portrays villain Dr. Roylott with frightening malice as he threatens Holmes and others in 'The Speckled Band.'
The Invisible Man (1998) Alien Voices Inc. - as Bates, Cuss, Man #2, Flannery and Clerk.
A Halloween Trilogy: Radio-style dramatization of three horror classics -- Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado," Rudyard Kipling's "Mark of the Beast" and Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost." (1998) Performed by the Alien Voices troupe (including Dwight) before an audience. Live foley (sound effects) artists, on-stage music, audience participation and actors with visible scripts are utilized.
The First Men In The Moon (1998) Alien Voices Inc. - as Julian Windchee, a mooncow, alien insect (and more), also broadcasted in front of live studio audience for Sci-Fi Channel and the internet. During the live recording for the Sci-Fi Channel the roles were played slightly different. For instance Dwight did the introduction while this was done by John de Lancie on the audio cd.
The Lost World (released in December 1997 but recorded on March 22) Alien Voices Inc. - it was recorded at a one-time-only live performance at Creation Entertainment's Grand Slam V Star Trek Convention in Pasadena, California. Dwight did the voice of Edward Dunn Malone.
Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 3 (1997), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes.)
The Unofficial X-Files Companion by N.E. Grenge (1996), narrated by Dwight Schultz and Nana Visitor (Audio Cassettes).
Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 2 (October 1995), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes).
Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Part 1 (June 1995), written by Phil Farrand, narrated by Denise Crosby, Robert O'Reilly, and Dwight Schultz (Audio Cassettes).