Teaming up with Jesse Marciniak from the Maryland Ensemble Theatre’s METLab program, a panel consisting of Isabel and Helena Duarte and Christine McQuaid plus a little help from The Last Hurrah’s Two Human Family (but not by blood) Band put together the next great METLab script: An original musical entitled Secret Teen Baby!
In it, we learn the story of Tatiana Veronica, a woman of all races except for white and how she came to love Janice, a secret teen baby. But when tragedy strikes (or more so, crushes) can their love prevail in a world that hates Teen Babies? Goo-goo Gah-gah, bitch!
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
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!
Kick off your week with the newest Last Hurrah in podcast form!
80 – VHS Virtual Reality
This week, knowing that Thom has lived the virtual reality experience, we try to relay that feeling to those in the audience. Kevin and Christine dish on their troubled history with video games and things take an explosive turn when we play a new game!
Then, join us at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre on Sunday June 12th for a new adventure!
Live from the MET, this week Karli finally returns to the Two Person Family (But Not by Blood) Band! There will be slam poetry, there might be hot dogs, who knows? You will, when you join the fun this Sunday!
This week, Kevin, Thom and Jiggy discuss the Preakness Stakes! These experts on horse racing are un-matched in their knowledge of what makes every sport racist and how Beyonce’s Lemonade came to be. PLUS! A Visit from special guest, triple crown winner American Pharaoh!
The Last Hurrah returns to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre this Sunday (7pm) with a BRAND NEW SHOW!
Back from a lengthy and arduous two week break, The Last Hurrah is returning with a graduation special. In the past few weeks many Hurrah members have passed the bar exam and are off to graduate, not only does this include one-man-band-leader Thom Huenger, but it also brings the introduction of our second-bandmate-band-member Karli Cole. Both of whom are not permitted to give up learning so their brains may turn to mush! Come see them, laugh at them, and congradulate them this Sunday (FOR FREE) at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre!
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!
Julia Williams takes to the stage this week as guest host of The Last Hurrah, fittingly her last hurrah before skipping town forever(?) She discusses all the dumb advice she’s been given before starting the next phase of her life. Julia’s joined by Lia Seltzer, Lydia Hadfield and presidential candidate for the Green Party Birdie Suspenders.
The guest hosts keep coming, this time your best friend returns, all the way from Rochester, it’s… Christine McQuaid!She’s got a hell of a show lined up and plenty of stories from the north. It’s spring break baby!