*Online Premiere* In a dystopian 2057, the poisoned, sick, and wet are the only ones left to provide late night entertainment. “Wet Tux” broadcasts its cheap variety show deconstruction as an anything goes affair — a sweaty dance extravaganza complete with nonsensical monologue and an utterly confusing crowd participation exercise. Playing the host (in a wet tux of course) is Thomas Fricilone, and he leads the deranged troupe through a typical late night format except nothing makes sense. A mundane segment on tying knots turns into a psychedelic freakout involving a fake plant set decoration. A singing duo comprised of two raccoons disguised as humans sing a song about trash. And top it off with ludicrous commercial breaks — i.e. a camcorder zooms into a discarded McDonalds cup lying on the street and that’s the ad for a $.99 McCafe (this ad & the Chase Bank ones were directed by NoBudge regular Colin Burgess). And you’ve got yourself a high energy, never-let-the-ball-drop extravaganza absurda. The troupe responsible for the antics can often be seen performing at the Brooklyn Comedy Collective (see our interview with Fricilone) and they’re all wonderful comedic performers with great chemistry and a love for the bottom of the barrel. [Watch on YouTube]. (29 minutes). Created by Thomas Fricilone. Featuring Tim Lamphier, Rachel Kaly, Adam Bangser, Abby Salzberg, Nathan Galovan, Caitlin Dullea, Mac Edgerly, Ian Lockwood, and Kelly Cooper. Commercials by Colin Burgess, Keaton Monger, Andrew Benedict, Maya Sharma, and Caroline Yost.