The commerce secretary's tone-deaf comments about federal workers who are struggling due to the shutdown get a "Simpsons" makeover.
Vader, Dr. Lecter, Jigsaw — the whole gang's here!
Longtime fans of the show will finally understand why Mr. Burns is so evil.
ACT Seattle's latest production Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play takes the audience into a possible future and demonstrates what humans might create after an apocalypse.
"In Springfield now, most people know he’s gay."
They have more in common than you might think.
Last fall, as Mike Daisey was performing his new tetralogy entitled The Great Tragedies, he recounted some of his experiences as a student in London. One of his acting teachers was a fierce martinet with a habit of interrupting her students by yelling "YOU'RE BORING ME! "
Being reasonably familiar with the TV series will certainly let a viewer pick up nuances that went over my head, and I'm sure over many others, but you don't have to be a Simpsons addict to appreciate the delights of Mr. Burns. It sizzles.
"I've never actually seen an episode of The Simpsons," Gibson (Gibson Frazier) admits in the first section of Anne Washburn's
Are you confused about the "fiscal cliff" everyone's been talking about? Well, let Springfield's resident billionaire Mr
Mr. Burns -- you know the very, very rich owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant on "The Simpsons" -- has made his
Rather than write about the likes of Tim Pawlenty and his relative strengths over Rob Portman's budget experience... oh, sorry, I seem to have put myself to sleep there. The real choices aren't exciting to write about, so let's travel to the Land of Make-Believe instead, shall we?
4. Temperance Tour It's too hot for booze. Take a stroll through the District of Columbia and learn about our former non