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Defending the Caveman

at Excalibur - 3850 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Defending the Caveman at ExcaliburOnly in Vegas can you find an unusual comedy show reflecting our prehistoric ancestors (the Cavemen). Here at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino guests will laugh until their stomachs hurt enjoying this performance. Have you ever wondered have we really changed that much since the days the cavemen roamed? Even though today we are less hairy and have a much larger vocabulary, have we really changed that much? Not according to this play that is performed at the Excalibur Hotel, written by Rob Becker this play explores the differences of relationships between men and women through comparison to our prehistoric ancestors. As guests enter the theater they will recognize the familiar Flintstone style setting, here the show is set in the Flintstone style living room accented with stone tables and television. Here the actor Kevin Burke begins to ponder the differences between girls and boys aloud cracking jokes about the different sexes. As he speaks aloud a caveman appears to help him understand the differences between the genders. The actor Kevin Burke speaks out into the audience and begins comparing two different cultures and this is the crux of the play… He expresses to the audience men are the hunters and women are the gathers. Men are also singularly focused on tasks while the women imagine and arrange things in life, collecting all the details and discussing their feelings. He also refers to women and how they get together with their girl-friends and have “girl talk” and how men don’t have these “talks” meaning men do not discuss emotions or have heart to hearts with their guy friends. Men prefer to call each other derogatory names. In Defending the Caveman Kevin Burke analyzes the behavior between women and men through several hilarious short stories along with exploring gender stereotypes. Kevin Burke is witty and insightful he approaches the material in a caring and humorous way including the audience in his humor. This very popular show brings out the Caveperson in each of us. Couples in the audience will have a fantastic time poking one another throughout the show laughing uncontrollably and even wiping the tears from so much laughter. Defending the Caveman originally opened in 1991 in San Francisco, touring other cities before spending over three years on Broadway. Where Defending the Caveman became the longest running solo play in history, this hilarious performance has played in thirty different countries and has been translated into 151 different languages. So, the next time you are visiting Las Vegas and you want to laugh until your stomach hurts be sure to attend Defending the Caveman at the Excalibur Hotel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This show is kid friendly.
There is NO nudity.

Show is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Show lasts 105 minutes.