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Saturday Night, Even More "Live"

Following up a post from Blog Stage last week, the New York Times has a review of Saturday night's live, camera-less performance of Saturday Night Live. The sold-out show was hosted by Michael Cera at the Upright Citzen's Brigade Theatre in Chelsea.

“We’re like cranky trained monkeys if we don’t get to perform,” SNL cast member Amy Poehler, who is also a founder of the theater, told the Times. “We all thought about what we’re going to do during the strike, and because we have no other skills, we just scraped this together.”


A sold-out live performance of former SNL writer Tina Fey's sitcom 30 Rock is scheduled for tonight at the theatre.

-- Daniel Lehman

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