DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN, the longest running solo play in Broadway history, makes its way to Pittsburgh, opening at the CLO Cabaret on October 6, 2011, running through January 8, 2012. This hilariously insightful one-man comedy explores the way men and women relate - a hysterical "battle of the sexes" phenomenon that has won the hearts of millions in more than 45 countries.
Both men and women will affectionately nudge each other as they recognize themselves in the stories being told on the stage. Labeled a "comic phenomenon" by the New York Times, DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN is filled with hysterical observations into contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zones - exploring the ways that men and women fight, laugh and love.
Philadelphia native Vince Valentine stars as the "Caveman", and is no stranger to this role - having performed in DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN since 2004. Vince is a seasoned stand-up comic, theatre, independent film and TV actor, and conducts stand-up comedy workshops for TheComedyCollective.
DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN runs October 6, 2011 through January 8, 2012 at the CLO Cabaret. Tickets are available online at pittsburghCLO.org, by calling 412-456-6666 or at the Box Office at Theater Square.
Located in the Theatre Square complex, The CLO Cabaret is an intimate and exciting 250-seat space providing a unique theater experience with both table seating and traditional theater seating, and convenient parking in the same building. Fabulous food and drink is available before and during the show. The Cabaret at Theater Square is a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.