Caveman Las Vegas
It’s the battle of the sexes as comedian Kevin Burke draws funny comparisons between today’s couples and the ancient cavemen habits. Understanding the opposite sex may never be easy, but “Defending Caveman Las Vegas” breaks it all down for you. This hilarious one-man comedy, created by comedian/writer Rob Becker, attempts to debunk the age old myth that men are all jerks.
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Caveman Las Vegas
“Defending the Caveman” is the longest-running solo play in Broadway history. It has been seen in 45 different countries and translated into 30 different languages. The one-man show features Kevin Burke as the hilarious and all-too-relatable Caveman. “Instead of looking at men as a**holes, why don’t we just look at them as having a different culture?” asks Burke at the beginning of the show. Then he starts to explain how many of the same characteristics that were conveyed by cavemen are still very apparent in modern day behaviors of men and women and that understanding this is the key to also understanding the opposite sex.
As the Caveman shares more instances from his life, couples in the audience laugh and nudge each other, acknowledging that they relate to his experiences. Single people in the audience find the show equally amusing and also enlightening on how to better interpret the opposite sex on their next date. The show’s typical audience includes everyone from young people visiting for a wild weekend to people celebrating bachelorette parties, anniversaries or just a good time in Vegas. While scripted, the Caveman refers to the audience for inspiration and improvised dialogue making each show uniquely hilarious for an unforgettable night of laughs and epiphanies.
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