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April 2018

Mr. Burns, a post-electric play: surprising, funny, and deep - Colin Thomas

"WTF is one of my favourite responses at the theatre. I had it a lot while watching Mr. Burns, a post-electric play. ...don’t read too much more of this review, just buy your tickets now. I highly recommend this show." Colin Thomas, Mapping the Intuitive.

Real Life Action - Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

"The creative team mustered by Little Mountain Lion Productions holds its audience in good hands, keeping them safe while keeping them unsettled. After all, this is the apocalypse. Nothing is sure. Except, in Mr Burns, A Post-Electric Play, a good time and a lot to consider."
Discorder Magazine; May 2018

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play - My Two Pence

"I love theatre companies that select plays like 'Mr. Burns' for their season. It's clever, fresh, and exists to prove how important art is to humanity."

Theatre review: Surviving the apocalypse with the Simpsons in Mr. Burns - Jerry Wasserman

"Immensely clever... the play is given extraordinary life by Little Mountain Lion Productions and a ridiculously talented cast in one of the best productions of the year."

Theatre review: Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play explores pop culture among the ruins - Brian Paterson

"Searingly smart dark comedy uses ‘The Simpsons’ for a witty & wise exploration of post-apocalyptic art."

Little Mountain Lion's Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play does the apocalypse Simpsons-style - John Lucas

"We might have Britney Spears, Eminem, and Beyoncé to thank for the funniest moment in Little Mountain Lion’s production of Mr. Burns. That comes in the second act, when a ragtag theatre group made up of apocalypse survivors rehearses the 'chart hits' section of their show. In composer and musical director Katerina Gimon’s hands, this becomes a hilarious medley of half-remembered pop songs, from 'Toxic' to 'Lose Yourself' to 'Single Ladies'."

March 2018

Dave Radio with Radio Dave (on the radio) - Episode March 30, 2018: Mr. Burns

We take an extensive look at what happens in a world without electricity. Interviews with the cast and creative team of "Mr Burns-A Post-Electric Play." Plus, UBC Professor MV Ramana, PhD scares us to death with the real possibilities of nuclear catastrophe. (not really, he was actually very nice).

Mr. Burns takes your favourite childhood cartoon and puts it 75 years into the future

- Vincent Plana, Daily Hive.

Spring Arts Preview: Classic Velveteen Rabbit spearheads family-friendly fun

- Sean Conner, The Vancouver Sun.