The world-wide smash hit Defending the Caveman spears its way to the D Las Vegas showroom. Described by Variety as Hysterically Funny, the show is a bonafide hit with more than 10-million tickets sold worldwide and boast several records including the longest running one-man show in Broadway history, longest running Broadway show in Las Vegas history and the most shows performed in a 50 day period by the shows star Kevin Burke.
Defending the Caveman speaks to anyone who has ever been in a relationship. The performance carries on like a conversation, and dives into the differences couples may face through witty banter and insightful observations - teaching the audience they are not alone in navigating relationships - the ways one fight, laugh and love. Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year Kevin Burke stars. Stage and television actor John Venable performs in Mr. Burkes absence. Performs at the D Casino, downtown Las Vegas, formerly the Fitzqerald Casino.
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