Defending the Caveman: Solo Comedy About the Gender Gap
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Adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel from the book by Frank Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey, one of the best-loved American memoirs captures the trials, tribulations and humor of life in a big family. Efficiency experts Frank and Lillian Gilbreth raised a family of 12 during the 1920s and Frank used to joke: "You know, they come cheaper by the dozen!" This fun-filled play provides a peek inside the life of a family who often served as the subjects of their fathers' motion studies. The results are often terribly embarrassing, funny and -- extremely effective! The coming-of-age story about rebellion and reconciliation, love and laughter, selfishness and sacrifice has delighted audiences all over the world. Learn More
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by Rob Becker
Broadway’s longest running solo play will have both sexes roaring with laughter and recognition! While the misunderstandings of the gender gap are insightfully revealed, you’ll find yourself identifying with all the ways men and women fight, laugh, and love. It’s won the hearts of millions in over 30 countries and it’s sure to win yours.