Las Vegas’ longest running Broadway show, “Defending the Caveman”, is celebrating 10 years of performances this year. The solo play about how men and women relate has announced it will host a special one-night performance with South African actor Tim Plewman on March 3 at 6 pm at the D Las Vegas.
“Defending the Caveman” will also continue the celebration throughout 2017 by hosting international performances of the show. Future dates to be announced include the Mexican, German and Cuban versions. The show has previously toured the United States and more than 40 countries with production in nearly 30 languages.
Tim Plewman's "Defending the Cavemen" has been updated to be relatable to today’s world of social media such as tweets, selfies and Facebook and is designed as an insightful comedy that explains why men and women see the world so differently.
Tim Plewman, a dancer, humorist, director, writer and producer, adapted the script for Southern Africa and has previously won the South African Vita Award for Best Actor in a comedy.
Performances are 8:40 pm nightly at the D showroom at the D Las Vegas. Regularly priced tickets are $34.95, general admission; $44.95, VIP admission and includes priority seating and a “Defending the Caveman” t-shirt; and $58.18, Platinum admission and includes first-tier seating, a commemorative photo, t-shirt and one well drink, domestic beer or house wine.
“Defending the Caveman” is produced by Theater Mogul, a global theatrical production company offices in New York City, Zurich and Reykjavik. The Las Vegas production of Defending the Caveman is in partnership with Las Vegas based Ivory Star Productions, a theatrical and special events production company.
To purchase tickets at the box office call 702-388-2111.