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SNL and Bipartisanship

SNL and Bipartisanship

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Aidan Silitch, Staf Writer
February 27, 2017

  SNL has undoubtedly become a staple of American television. In its forty two years on air, it has created memorable one liners and quirky characters. But perhaps the most relevant, albeit controversial, aspects of the program are the political skits, more specifically the cold opens. In the February 11th, episode, Melissa McCarthy tore apart Press Secretary Sean Spicer with her shockingly recognizable impersonation of him. Impressions of Kellyanne Conway by Kate McKinnon and Donald Trump by Alec Baldwin followed suit.But when one looks at these pattern of these impersonations, most o...

“Oh, Hello” Comes to Broadway

Oh, Hello! Did you know that stars George St. Geegland (John Mulaney) and Gil Faizon (Nick Kroll) hav...

Farewell, Performance Space

It has been ten years since the Performance Space made its debut as the home of Berkeley Carroll perfor...

Women Take on Traditionally Masculine Roles in Shakespeare

Although there is a treasure trove of female roles in Shakespeare, many of his plays are hyper-masculin...

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A Musical December

On Thursday, December 17th, Berkeley Carroll had its annual Winter Concert. This concert has been happening...

Capturing the Individual: ‘Humans of New York,’ by Brandon Stanton

Brandon Stanton speed walks around a corner to catch up with a little girl and her father. Approaching...

Art Show 2014

Berkeley Carroll's Art Show, held on April 24th at Lincoln Place, was definitely something to be impres...

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