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Defending the Caveman is what you would call a phenomenon. It’s basically a one-man show that surveys caveman concepts and uses them to explain modern day crisis’s- like how men and women can’t seem to understand each other. And did we mention that’s it’s hilarious. That’s why the show is such a success. It’s been translated to over a dozen languages and has traveled to thirty plus countries around the globe.

Taken out of a scene from The Flintstones, sofa and all, you’ll be strangely riveted by this fireside chat that breaks down universal law in a rip-roaring and highly observant take on gender politics and the world at large.

Perceptive and engaging, this record-making Broadway hit presents itself in an original version for Vegas audiences that make cavemen everywhere proud. Build around the stand-up comedy routine of Rob Becker, Second City Alum Kevin Burke now has been passed the torch to continue to fan the flames of the battle of the sexes. Defending the Caveman is funny, mainly because it’s true. And that’s the universal appeal that only a Caveman can emote.

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I Laughed Non-Stop

I laughed at almost everything this man (Kevin Burke) said. This was a great ‘couples’ show to go to. He talked about how the genders think, love, communicate, interact, and fight differently. I thought this show was super funny and completely relevant to my relationship.

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Go with your friends or go with your significant other and laugh!

Everything Kevin Burke speaks is gold. Go with your friends or go with your significant other and laugh at how much you can relate to this funny stand up.

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