Defending the Caveman: Rob Becker's Hit Relationship Comedy
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The last date listed for Defending the Caveman was Sunday November 10, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Bang your head and rock out to four solid bands during what just may be the hard rock tour of summer 2014. Headlining this show at the beautiful, historic Wilbur Theatre is Quiet Riot, the first heavy metal band to top the pop charts. Their 1983 album Metal Health sold more than 6 million copies, driven by the success of the classic rock anthem "Cum on Feel the Noize." They're joined by Faster Pussycat, led by original lead singer Taime Downe. Faster Pussycat achieved success in the '80s with their raucous, unapologetically sleazy brand of glam metal. Their biggest album, 1989's Wake Me When It's Over, was certified gold. Also on the bill: glam metal band BulletBoys, who sold over a million records in the '80s and early '90s with a sound reminiscent of Van Halen with R&B-influenced vocals, and Gilby Clarke, a former Guns N' Roses member who's also played guitar for Heart, Nancy Sinatra and the MC5. Learn More
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We enjoyed the show, he was very funny. Unfortunately are seats were not good at all. We were seated to the left of the stage which wasn't bad but the way the chairs are setup was uncomfortable. I also had a rather tall woman in front of me,...continued
The wildly popular comedy Defending the Caveman was written by Rob Becker over a 3-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology. Caveman has since become a peacemaker in the ongoing misunderstandings between men and women.
Caveman_ originally opened in San Francisco in 1991 and soon moved to Dallas. After a year in Dallas — now an unqualified hit — Caveman went on to sold-out engagements in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Chicago, before opening on Broadway in 1995. After running two-and-a-half years, playing 702 performances at the Helen Hayes Theater, Caveman entered the record books as the longest-running solo play in Broadway history.