A.C.E. presents

Soaking Wet Comedy August 2001 Most of the world is water and all the world's a stage so what better reason for A.C.E. to perform an aquatic celebration of comedy, fun and the totally absurd. It was a sell-out crowd at the LIDA project theatre and there wasn't a dry eye in the house...or head, or leg, or... As part of their tri-state tour, the Twinkling Tanawolski siblings opened for A.C.E. with their trademark tap dancing panache.


Synchronized carwasher taking their
job very seriously.

One of the more synchronized moments
for the synchronized carwashers.

The American and Canadian attempt to
woo the Englishman with song.

The hosts of "At the Movies" debate
the finer points of the independent
water-based film making industry.

"Mamma Drives Me Crazy" was
voted the top water-based movie of
all time.

Renee  Cousteau, Jacques lesser
know and less successful brother, and long
time research partner, Pascal, shed light
on what truly lies at the bottom of the sea.

Nancy Mayor, recently layed off from a local
aquarium (it rhymes with Blocean Blournies)
assures the audience that Oscar the Octopus
is not showing signs of aggression.

Nancy continues to assure
the audience as she
gasps for air.

"You Always Hurt the One You Love"
An unlikely romance.
A.C.E. pushes the limits of spandex in their tribute to Cirque du Soleil's "O"

A.C.E. takes a final bow as an overwhelmed audience begins hucking their complimentary towels at the threesome... A.C.E. assumes this is a customary sign of audience adoration.
  Jamie "The Orchestra" Krutz enjoys one of the many perks that come with being a part of A.C.E.

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