Defending The Caveman Tickets
Defending the Caveman is a one man comedy written by American comedian and actor Rob Becker, centering on the many misunderstanding between women and men. It presents just the perfect blend of therapy session, lecture, alongside stand-up comedy that is aimed at resolving the issues between the sexes. The show manages to represent the male perspective on various problems, while also being sympathetic towards the female aspect. Becker has described the performance as a vehicle of sorts that can show that men also have emotions, only their ways of expressing are different. It has been staged all over the world, and has been seen by over eight million people across forty-five countries. In addition, it has been performed in more than thirty languages. With its rights holders belonging to Theater Mogul, the play has been recognized as the longest performed solo play in Broadway history, as of 2007. Defending the Caveman tickets are a headlining topic of town talk among comedy fans of all ages
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- Defending The Caveman Cascade Theatre
- Defending The Caveman Improv Comedy Club - Harrah's Hotel
- Defending The Caveman Sandler Center For The Performing Arts
- Defending The Caveman The City Theatre - MI
- Defending the Caveman Warner Theatre - DC
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- Defending the Caveman, Improv Comedy Club - Harrah's Hotel tickets for 04/26 07:00 PM at Improv Comedy Club Harrah's Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
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- Defending The Caveman, Cascade Theatre tickets for 05/10 07:30 PM at Cascade Theatre, Redding, CA
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- Defending the Caveman, The City Theatre - MI tickets for 05/15 08:00 PM at The City Theatre MI, Detroit, MI
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- Defending The Caveman, Sandler Center For The Performing Arts tickets for 07/31 07:30 PM at Sandler Center For The Performing Arts, Virginia Beach, VA
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Defending the Caveman focuses on the differences between the way women and men relate to experiences, the reflection and insight on which is so profound that its recognition brings forth roaring laughter form the audience. The performance has been noted for prompting that all too affectionate nudging between its spectators as they identify with the tales unfolding on stage. The show is meant to make us all laugh at ourselves, and the many ways in which men and women end up in love, fight and laughter. The many spectacles on stage bring forth the many silly and peculiar characteristics of issues between the sexes, the funny side of which can only be understood when people watch them from the third person perspective. Some of the actors who have played the one man show include Den Tedder, Cody Lyman, Isaac Lamb, Kevin Burks, Paul Perroni, Wince Valentine, John Venable and Chris Mayse.
The hugely popular comedy, Defending the Caveman was written by Becker over a period of three years, during which he informally studied such disciplines as sociology, prehistory, mythology, psychology and anthropology. Caveman has been acknowledged as a peacemaker for the age-old, continuous misunderstanding between the male and female. The play has been described as ‘movingly tender’ to ‘howlingly funny’ by the Denver Post, while Variety has simply called it ‘hysterically funny’. Chicago Sun-Times has quoted that the show hits right on the ‘funny bone’ since its light-hearted defense for men and affection for women, has made it a winner among both sexes. The Toronto Star and The Sacramento Bee have described it similarly, with the former calling it a primal scream, while the latter has called it laugh-out-loud funny. The Miami Herald observes that the show’s hilarity lies in its keenly observed details and truths, noting further that it makes people laugh at them whether female or male. The New York Times called the play ‘a nationwide comic phenomenon’ while The Boston Guide has described it as deeply perceptive, very witty and sweetly understanding.
Originally, Defending the Caveman opened in 1991 in San Francisco, from where it soon moved to Dallas. After a year’s performance there, it came out to make sold-out engagements across Chicago, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia, before debuting on Broadway in 1995. The show was performed seven-hundred and two times, running for two and a half years, at the famous Helen Hayes Theatre. Since then the performance has been noted for being the longest-running one man play from Broadway history. The Dallas Morning News commented that the play explores the things that make women and men fight, love and laugh, adding that the performance is such that one can sense the audience falling and re-falling in love. Many audience members have reflected on the show as the funniest ever, calling it a ‘must-watch. So grab Defending the Caveman tickets , gather your friends, and prepare to laugh like never before.
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