If you were alive in the ’90s, chances are you’ve done an impression of Chris Kattan. Maybe not of the actor himself, but of one of his iconic characters from Saturday Night Live: Mango, Mr. Peepers, the Butabi Brothers from Night at the Roxbury (the one with Will Ferrell where they head-bopped to “What Is Love”). This week, Kattan is taking on the role of standup comedian when he stops by the New Hope Cinema Grill for two nights. Since his time on SNL, Kattan has consistently appeared on the small screen, with recent roles in the Adam Sandler Netflix western The Ridiculous 6, as well as several seasons on the ABC sitcom The Middle. Last year, Kattan was back in the spotlight as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars, showing the world that his dance moves aren’t limited to head-bops. While he’s more known for his sketch and improv skills, Kattan has reinvented himself as a standup these past few years, sharing anecdotes from his career, giving longtime fans a look behind the curtain at some of his most famous onscreen moments, and connecting with new generations of fans who have found his sketches and films online. This is your chance to get that 2001 VHS of Corky Romano autographed by Corky himself.