CRAZY HOT: The Wet Show, A Comedy Show About Hotness
CRAZY HOT: The Wet Show, a comedy show that explores human hotness, one oddball element at a time, debuts at Caveat on July 13, 2021. Always funny, always unexpected, always CRAZY HOT.
You’re here because you want to be hot. Hosts Eileen Hanley and Lauren Aussem are a pair of six-years-into-their-overnight-success comedians and hosts of CRAZY HOT: The Podcast, a juicy romp with special guests who reveal funny and startling truths we all can relate to.
This show? WETNESS. Starting with the regular (a sensible application of lip gloss and highlighter) and gradually heating up to the wild and crazy (a choreographed dance in a completely soaking wet outfit), by show’s end, we will have proven to everyone without a glimmer of a doubt that being wet? Is crazy hot.
Featuring some of NYC’s most awesome comedians, Kenice Mobley, Gara Lonning, Dylan Adler, Chanel Ali, and Lili Michelle Koohestani, this show is for everyone who wants to know how to be hot. Teachers, carpenters, models, bakers, moms. Moms can be wet and hot too! Seamlessly weaving slideshows, sketch, stand-up, singing, and sexy dancing, The Wet Show keeps the audience guessing.
Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, New York, NY 10002
Tuesday, July 13th, 2021
7pm show/doors at 6:30pm
Tickets: $18 in advance/$20 at the door/$5 livestream
Tickets can be purchased here.
Sneak preview images here.
CAVEAT is New York’s speakeasy stage for playful, intelligent nightlife. Join us and go home a little smarter and a little drunker. Our founding team includes a recovering theoretical physicist and a renegade museum tour guide: that love for science and unconventional storytelling is at the heart of Caveat’s booking philosophy. We regularly host comedy, science talks, storytelling, concerts, trivia competitions, live recorded podcasts, and special events that defy description… you’ll have to come experience them for yourself!
“A nightly enticement of the intellect for the discerning nerd” – The New Yorker
“A showcase for the funny side of intellectualism” – New York Magazine