Kick off your week in style with the newest Last Hurrah in podcast form!
This week on The Last Hurrah, guest host Christine McQuaid takes over to talk about all thing America! Joined by panelist Lydia Hadfield and bandleader Thom Huenger, the three cover past 4th of July celebrations- the good, the bad, and the ugly. This episode also features a heated US History trivia game between two audience members. Last but not least, The Frederick County Patriotism Liaison joins in on the fun to give the dos and don’ts of how to be your best patriotic self this week
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Then, join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday July 10th for a new adventure!
This week marks to two week anniversary of The Last Hurrah, join Kevin Cole, Christine McQuaid and the long awaited return of Two-Man Family (but not by blood) Jam Band featuring Thom Huenger and Karli Cole! They’re bringing the laughs and so much more!
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It’s been 25 years since the cast and crew of The Last Hurrah gathered at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET), okay, maybe it’s only been two weeks but it feels like 25 years. With (emotional) years of behind-the-scenes spats behind them, the original cast of “The Last Hurrah” will reunite. They’ll look back on how things have changed since their last show, pay respects to deceased cast members, feature some stand-up comedy and make a little boy’s wish to relive the movie Space Jam come true. Sure, the show’s writers acknowledge that it’s awfully sentimental to host a reunion of this magnitude with only two weeks between shows, but why complain when you could be enjoying some free comedy?
TW: We talk about dolphin rape for a chunk of this episode, so be warned.
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This week on The Last Hurrah, Kevin Cole takes a lesson from Tim Seltzer and Steve Younkins (Q2Q Comics) about defending himself, but when things get out of hand will a webbed hero (Spidey Steve aka. Steve Custer) show up to save the day? You’ll have to join the fun this Sunday at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre to find out.
Featuring a special Stand Up performance from Isabel Duarte!
Join us Sunday at 7pm at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre
This Sunday, The Last Hurrah returns to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre!
There are a lot of things associated with April 20th, primarily drug use. On April 19th, The Last Hurrah will return to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre the delve in the seedy depths of Frederick’s underground (and no, that’s not a play on MET’s location beneath the ground). During a panel discussion that is sure to warrent numerous Pulitzer Prize nominations as well as a write up in High Times magazine, we’ll be interviewing a real drug dealer*.
Join us Sunday April 19th at 7pm for an evening of FREE comedy and thought provoking discussion.
*Due to legal reasons we must disclaim that the “real drug dealer” is actually an actor portraying a drug dealer. No actual drugs will be dealt or consumed.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of beloved holiday mascot Mumps The Dying Turkey. Shortly after appearing on Fox 45’s Good Day Baltimore, Mumps collapsed in the parking lot of the WBFF studios. Paramedics arrived at the scene, not long after he was pronounced dead, the cause of death being onset Tuberculosis.
On Sunday Nov 30th at 7pm, The Last Hurrah will present the funeral and reading of the will for the late Mr. The Dying Turkey. All are invited to attend.
You can hear Mumps on The Last Hurrah here:
And witness his final televised appearance here:
Recently on The Last Hurrah we interviewed the creative team behind Landless Theatre’s Prog Metal Sweeney Todd. In this clip Melissa and Andrew Baughman discuss the balls it took to get in touch with Stephen Sondheim.