Famous Broadway solo act, Defending the Caveman, is a hit in Las Vegas. Since 1991, Defending the Caveman has been a popular solo act, with performances all over the nation and showings in 45 other countries. Now with an established show in Las Vegas, Defending the Caveman continues to draw in crowds who are eager to see this hilarious show that pokes fun at the gender gap.
We all have heard of the book “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” that highlights the myriad of differences between the sexes. The Broadway comedy Defending the Caveman offers a hilarious representation of this very same idea and pokes fun of the gender gap and differences between men and women. You won’t want to miss out on this record-holding show. That’s right, this show is the longest running solo performance in all of Broadway’s history and has become famous internationally, with shows in 45 countries and translations in 18 other languages.
The show appeals to both male and female audiences who can all relate to many of the insightful and amusing lines. Perhaps it is because the material is so relatable that makes the show such a success. You can see couples nudge one another during the show when they identify with or recognize similarities between their lives and the stories in the play. The solo performance features stories that highlight the various ways that women and men fight, laugh, and love. It will be hard to stay seated during the play, as you will likely be falling out of your seat from laughing.
Defending the Caveman is the work of writer Rob Becker who wrote the play’s script in three years, drawing inspiration from anthropological, sociological, and psychological studies about the gender gap. Prior to debuting on Broadway in 1995, Defending the Caveman appeared in San Francisco in 1991 and soon after that in Dallas. It then moved on to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Chicago where the show quickly sold out.
Although the performance exists all throughout the nation, the Las Vegas show is definitely worth checking out. The act features Kevin Burke who has been with Defending the Caveman since 2003 as the star of the Broadway tour. Burke not only has a traditional educational background in theater, but he has also studied physical comedy at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College. His unique training makes him an incredibly talented and entertaining actor who is perfect for the role of the caveman.
Come and see Defending the Caveman; it’s the perfect event for couples out on a date. You will enjoy the comical script and amazing acting and find yourself relating to much of the humor. Although tickets are not currently available, make sure to look out for upcoming shows. Here, you will find the best prices on Defending the Caveman show tickets.