Harry Shearer’s fantasy about a World’s Fair held in Kansas City. Told in quick blackouts, it resembles a profane Simpsons episode. Book and lyrics by Tom Leopold and Harry Shearer.
An L.A. Theatre Works full cast performance featuring:
Fran Adams as Bree
David Arnott as Councilman/Lamar Pike
Lewis Arquette as Claude
James Avery as Emmett/Man from Kodak
Hank Azaria as Swede #1-Olaf/Secretary of Commerce/Aotollah/Callahan’s Bartender
Dan Castellaneta as Viscount/Cheeks/Security Guard/Gus/Porno Pool Boy/Mayor/Reggie Opponent/Swede #2-Nils/Jim Mulrooney
Timothy Fall as Citizen/Kenny/Chip
David L. Lander as Mr. Sachet/Russian/Foreman/Councilman Petis/President of Gas Company
Tom Leopold as Tim
Edie McClurg as Doris/Bernice/Bette Davis
Julie Payne as Monique/French Operator
Mary Kay Place as Leigh
John Randolph as Edwin Stagg
Erika Schickel as Sadie/Barbara/Woman Who Calls/Female Traffic Reporter
Harry Shearer as E. Van Gordon/Tim Mulrooney
Fred Willard as Reggie
Original music by Peter Matz.
Directed by Harry Shearer. Recorded before a live audience at the DoubleTree Suites, Santa Monica in February of 1995.