Senior Jewish Correspondent Jayson Borenstein is set to host.
The show is hilarious, politically relevant and not afraid to get real.
The comedy show played to a full house in Stamp on Saturday.
The group of student comedians presented its “edgiest” production yet.
Co-founder, co-director and cast member Sammy Garcia put his whole heart into the show.
The Saturday Night Live-esque show had roughly a month to cast, write, rehearse and produce the event.
The university’s first-ever SNL-themed show is coming to Stamp Monday.