Kevin Cole and Thom Huenger return to the show to explain their month long absence… working on/creating the MET’s newest original show: OedipusROX! Written by Sarah Shulman and composed by Thom Huenger, OedipusROX is a rock and roll musical based around the classic greek tragedy. Kevin discusses the show with Thom as well as Music Director Robert Martin and Eric Jones (Creon). Everything goes well until the last 10 minutes when the show spirals into a discussion about Star Wars… whoops!
Then join us at The Maryland Ensemble Theatre for more fun on Sunday at 7pm!
Kevin Cole and one-man-band-leader Thom Huenger take back Stage 2 to bring the laughs. We’ll be honest, we haven’t booked this episode yet, we haven’t even begun to talk about it, we’re still catching our breaths – but we promise a show a jam packed with chuckles and maybe even the occasional giggle.
Christine McQuaid returns from a long hiatus (2 months) to step up to the hosting plate and she brings her A-game. She also bring Lisa Burl, James McGarvey and Giovanni Kavota. The dish on bad neighbors/roommates they’ve had through the year and James & Gio perform some improv!
Skip the Maryland Ensemble Theatre this weekend and join us for the return of Frederick’s Free Comedy Chat Show on APRIL 3rd!
There’s no way in hell we’re going up against Easter. It’s not that we’re not cool enough to skip church, it’s that we know there won’t be hearty crowd that night. Instead, join us in two weeks! Will James McGarvery return to the role of host? Only time will tell!
This week on The Last Hurrah, we are joined by Adam Eisenstadt, a friend of the show and notable jewish person! We talk about his experiences with Hanukkah, play a little dreidel, sing a little songs and figure out what a jewish candy cane would look like.
Episode 4 of The Last Hurrah is now online! You can click the picture above to listen!
Capping off the weekend, Kevin is shadowed by Andrew Michaels who will take over hosting duties for the next two weeks. Karli Cole returns to give us one final look into the world of Yik Yak. Panelists Giovanni Kavota, Stacey Axler, Kevin and Andrew discuss 5 Year reunions, racism and forest gump. Plus a special improv performance from Flaggon Wagon!