Fan Club Ticking Clock!
Okay all you Bart fans who haven't written your essays yet... the time is now! We have about a month to go and we are getting some great essays. The more the merrier! So, please check the page here at the site for the details and pen your essay today. Good luck!
Coming soon to a stage near, or far from, you...
Nancy will be performing her new one-woman show, My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy, at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, Scotland. This whimsical look at life as the "anonymous" voice of Bart Simpson, is a staged rendition of her best-selling autobiography of the same name. The play puts into a theatrical context the often hilarious journey Nancy has been on for the past 17 years. She will explore new facets of her life as well, and invite the audience into her world as never before.
The world-renowned Edinburgh Fridge Festival is the largest theater festival in the world. For the entire month of August the city is transformed into a giant performance venue with over sixteen hundred productions playing in halls, theaters, churches, bathrooms, elevators and... well, everywhere. Music, art and a huge book and film festival make this the place to be for summer in Scotland. Look for more specifics on this site as we near the Festival and come enjoy a "pint of theatre"with Nancy!
Bring on the Emmys!
Dateline LOS ANGELES! The National Television Academy today announced the nominees for the 31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Nancy was nominated for Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program for her delightful rendition of Rufus the Naked Mole Rat in Disney's Kim Possible. Other nominees in her category are John Ritter, as Clifford the Big Red Dog, Henry Winkler, as Norville in Clifford's Puppy Days, Joe Alaskey as Duck Dodgers and Walter Cronkite as Benjamin Franklin in Liberty Kids. She is honored to be in such prestigious company!
Congrats Nancy. You go, Girl!
(The only one in the bunch!)
The awards recognize outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast during the 2003 calendar year. Daytime Emmy Awards are presented to daytime television programs that are broadcast between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Also nominated are Kim Possible and Rugrats for Outstanding Children's Animated Program!