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The Many Men of Martha Manning
This six-episode “StereoSonic Adventure” unspooled as part of the 2007 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival/Philly Fringe, and the reviewers called it “Hilarious!” and “Delightfully demented!” It’s available from the website Martha herself created, which is a pretty impressive feat for someone who lives in 1957. Here’s “Episode 1: A Mysterious Message”, featuring Karen Getz, Grace Gonglewski, Jim Nettleton, Tom Richards and Sharon Geller, with Len Miller at the mighty Wurlitzer plug-in. Pickle?

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Martha & Dotty: Microwave Mambo!
The first Philly Fringe podcast play, “The Many Men of Martha Manning”, became an international hit, which came as a big surprise to Karen Getz, Grace Gonglewski and me. So when Brat Productions asked us to continue the adventures of Martha and Dotty, we went ahead and did just that. “Martha & Dotty: Microwave Mambo!” comes complete with an actual mambo created by Andrew Lipke of Franzshubert with the continuity-minded title, “The Microwave Mambo!” Download this free bonus track now for your listening and dancing pleasure.

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Everlasting Love 1981
Either the pinnacle or the nadir of my career, this video was one of dozens we cranked out at CBS Records during MTV’s first years. I was cast by director and VP/Advertising Arnold Levine, who stopped me in the hall and said, “You look like a preacher, do you have a black suit?”
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Martha & Dotty ringtone
Bring your smartphone back to 1957 with this ringtone from Martha & Dotty: Microwave Mambo! It’ll have you speaking pure Dotty in no time.
Martha & Dotty ringtone

OnHoldIt (2000)
OnHoldIt (2000) is a parody of corporate on-hold messaging. This five-minute excerpt shows Eileen Brady and myself in full grey-flannel-suit mode. I also created personalized versions for numerous business. The Spencer Gifts message grew to nearly an hour’s length, as I kept adding to it every quarter or so. You’re free to download and use this as your very own silly on-hold message.