When satire is done well, we become hilarious even to ourselves. And then there is a chance of healing.
Over a span of more than 40 years, Saturday Night Live in Helena has made us laugh, groan, and question our sanity. SNL in Helena erupts just about midway through Montana’s legislative session – when everybody needs a good belly laugh. But any March evening is a good time to step back from ourselves, from our grievances and our struggles, and take a good look at just how zany humans really are.
Directed by Randy Fuhrmann and starring a bunch of people you know!
Presented in the tradition of John Cleese, who said, “A wonderful thing about true laughter is that it just destroys any kind of system of dividing people.”