Cold Night? Roast 2017!

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Last night’s “Bomb cyclone” freezing temperatures couldn’t keep the crowd away from this roast of 2017! Brave the cold, explore Frederick’s first Saturday of 2018, and catch the second night of this original comedy by IO Duarte and Kevin Cole!

Get your tickets! 

 

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$10 Admission

Maryland Ensemble Theatre, Frederick, MD

8pm

Saturday January 6th 2018

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Look Back In Laughter!

 

2017 Year in Review

From IO Duarte and Kevin Cole comes a new show taking comedic look back at the emotional rollercoaster that was 2017. It was a rough year for everyone, so join Alex in throws of a post-New Years hangover as he is forced to relive the worst that this past year had to offer.

Featuring IO Duarte, Thom Huenger, Lydia Hadfield, Sonny Etzler Karli Cole and Kevin Cole.

A MET-X Production
January 5,6 at 8pm.
$10

Get your tickets now! (Click here)

Missed it? Catch it!

You may not have made it to this past Sunday’s The Last Hurrah, where I served on the panel and made a character appearance as a certain Patriotism expert…But that’s okay! You still have a chance to catch up on the madness.

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Listen to The Last Hurrah podcast!

Available on iTunes. Episode 82 will be up and streaming in no time. Don’t wait to subscribe! Do it now.

The Last Hurrah is a free comedy and variety show, hosted at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre in Frederick, MD.

Episode 82 was hosted by guest host Christine McQuaid. Thom Huenger accompanied on keyboard and contributed to the Hurrah Panel. A rousing Independence Trivia Game was played with two lucky members of the audience. A redoubtable Patriotism expert arrived to weigh in on patriotic, unpatriotic and dangerously patriotic behavior as well.

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An Interdisciplinary Artistic Extravaganza 

Hadfield wrote the story as a stage play. It was read aloud Dec. 2015 on The Last Hurrah variety show & podcast. However, the Krimby Tales were not yet finished shape-shifting. Mr. Kevin Cole, (see ‘Who?‘) intuited the Tales’ true form. “I think it would make a pretty cool holiday shortfilm. Maybe look into having the stories animated in various fashions. I don’t know,”spake the Kev. His excitement was palpable. Emails! Abra Kadabra! Wheedling! Wrangling! Presto! Magic! Krimby! With one talented animator on board, and a professional production company willing to play, the necessary team members soon fell under the Krimby spell. Scrawled snark from once upon a time transfigured into an interdisciplinary artistic extravaganza which we encourage you to support today. Krimby Tales.