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The Last Hurrah RETURNS! … Sorta

The Last Hurrah will FINALLY return to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Jan 29th!

But first, an exclusive for our listeners!

Writers’ Night Jan 1 – The Start of The Start of The Rebellion

The Last Hurrah makes its somewhat anticipated return to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday January 29th, so this week we bring on a new element of the podcast… Welcome to writer’s night (or a small portion of it). As we build each show, with more intensity than ever before, we will be sharing a 30 minute glimpse into The Last Hurrah’s Writer’s Night so you can see how we put a show together, tear it apart, and somehow manage to put it together again before the show goes up at the end of the month!

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This edition of the Writers’ Night podcast featured Stephen Craig, IO Duarte, Callan Holderbaum, and Robert Martin.

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Join us for the Last Last Hurrah of 2016!

Alright folks, this is it!

We know, we know… it’s not the end of December, but it’s time we take a little hiatus to retool the show. As promised we will return to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre this Sunday at 7pm but it will be THE LAST SHOW until Jan 29th 2017. No matter who is in power, we will return to bring free comedy to Frederick. So join us for one last Last Hurrah and some jokes, music and a Ouija Board!

The fun starts (and then temporarily ends) this Sunday, October 16th at 7pm at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre! Don’t miss it!

 

Last Hurrah – Doula’s Labor Day

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89 – Doula’s Labor Day

In this episode we explore every potential for labor day, particularly “that kind” of labor with the assistance of a nurse and doula. We grill, we play sports, everything you could want to do on your day off from work.

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Join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday Sept 11th for a new adventure!

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The Last Hurrah – Mysteries of the Unknown

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88 – Goodbye Nicky Costanza

This week on The Last Hurrah we delve into some of the world’s greatest mysteries, earth like planets, ecto-plasma-like residue, spectral visitations and more! Plus we bid a fond farewell to a longtime friend of the show, Nicky Costanza!

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Join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday Sept 4th for a new adventure!

Last week we said goodbye to a good friend, but this week we welcome back the incredible Two-Human Family (but not by blood) Funtime Band! Plus, a special tribute to Gene Wilder. Don’t miss it this Sunday at 7pm.

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The Last Hurrah Lays Down Some Hate

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87 – Damn Donald Diss Track

This week on The Last Hurrah we delve into the world of freestyle diss tracks with the help of Isabel Duarte, Matt Kline and Karli Cole! We lay down some harsh rhymes on Kraft Mac and Cheese, the heat and Donald Trump.

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For the first time ever, we streamed this episode live on Facebook, you can watch it here!

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Join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday August 21st for a new adventure!

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This Sunday on The Last Hurrah: Diss Tracks!

We’re bringing free comedy to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre this Sunday at 7pm!

Have you ever been so mad at someone that you couldn’t help but diss them and put it to music? Well this week is your big chance! After discovering the Damn Derek Diss Track we’re setting out to make a diss remotely better. We want your help, need to get something off your chest? Here’s your chance to do it through the liberating power of freestyle.

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The Last Hurrah Turns 2!

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83 – Two Years At The Hurrah

This week we celebrate two years of The Last Hurrah, we discuss how much better things are now as opposed to when we started. Isabel Duarte shares some nihilist tindr accounts, Karli Cole warns about the dangers of playing Pokemon Go and Christine McQuaid does some stand up! Don’t miss it!

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Then, join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday July 17th for a new adventure!

We’re finally (hopefully) getting the two man band back together! Plus, hot takes on the week’s events… unless, of course, the week’s events are too much of a downer.

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The Last Hurrah Brings About The Frexit

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81 – Frexit

This week, James McGarvey (alias: Jiggy. Alias alias: Nurse Jiggy) is in the hosting chair, joined by Thomas Scholtes and One-man-band-leader Thom Huenger! They’re sick and tired of being confined to the rules and limitations of the United States and tonight they begin their advocacy for a great Frexit, exiling Frederick from Larry Hogan and the rest of Maryland, NAY! The rest of… AMERICA.

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Then, join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday July 3rd for a new adventure!

Live from the MET, this week Christine McQuaid returns for a long overdue stint as guest host! So come on down and get your discount fireworks before the Fourth!

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Frederick Man Discovers Awesome New Things about His Umbrella Handle While Trying to Avoid Eye Contact with Co-Worker

(FREDERICK, MD) – An area resident made a shocking discovery about the his umbrella handle, all thanks to social awkwardness.

“It was an accident, really,” explains Ted Barnes, a Frederick resident and known introvert. “I was walking down the hallway of my office building, heading for the door, when in walks a co-worker of mine. I don’t know him well, we had only spoken a couple of times, but I really did not want to get into a conversation since I would much rather go home than chew the fat with a random person at work.”

“This guy was looking straight at me, no wavering, not glancing down or to the side; he really meant business trying to get my attention, and I was having NONE of that,” says Ted.

Thinking quickly, Mr. Barnes glanced down at his umbrella, feigning interest in an object he has owned for many years, an object which he couldn’t care the slightest bit about in any normal situation – but this was no normal situation.

“I was staring intensely at the umbrella, planning to pretend that it was broken or had something stuck to it that would take all my effort to remove, just until my co-worker passed and I could look up again safely, and that’s when I noticed it; my umbrella actually had a small push button used to extend the umbrella itself! It was amazing!”

Not only had Mr. Barnes been manually extending the umbrella for years, but his discovery also led to his co-worker completely neglecting him, opting to pass right by without saying a word.

“It was a gift from God, a real miracle,” reflects Ted. “And now, I can pretend to discover this push button any time I have my umbrella and I see a co-worker in the office, or an ex-girlfriend at the bar, even an old classmate I’ve lost touch with and have no need to reconnect with ever again.”

Mr. Barnes ended the interview here, said goodbye, and then began to walk away in the same direction I was walking in. He got nervous, pretended to get a call on his cell phone, said “Excuse me I have to take this,” then quickly walked into the nearest stairwell.

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The Last Hurrah Graduates and it’s Off To The Races!

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77 – Good Riddance – A Brothel Fragrance

This week, we welcome our freshly graduated Two Human Family (But Not By Blood) Funtime Schmucker’s Jamtime House Band to the show! The band is comprised of former-One-Man-Band-Leader Thom Huenger and Karli Cole. In this show Kevin and Isabel teach Thom and Karli what it’s like to be completely finished with college and we get a glimpse into Karli’s life as the madame of a brothel.

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Then, swing by the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday May 22nd when we go off to the races!

This week, we bask in the decadence and depravity that is the Preakness, Maryland’s own Kentucky Derby. Will we be joined by a triple crown winner? Will we lose it all thanks to a crippling gambling addiction? If you’re a fan of being a fan of horse racing, you won’t want to miss this week’s show!

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