Thursday, May 21, 2015


            Returns to Philadelphia
         To Tickle Funny Bones And

       Make Peace Between The Sexes


The longest running solo play in Broadway history is back for a return engagement                         July 9 – August 30 at the Penn’s Landing Playhouse

Defending the Caveman mimes the common themes of relationships and goes right through the funny bone straight into the heart. Returning to Philadelphia on July 9 at Penn’s Landing Playhouse, Defending the Caveman will make audiences laugh at themselves for the ways that men and women fight, laugh and love. It is an insightful play about the ways that men and women relate.  It has played for two and a half years on Broadway, making it the longest running solo play in Broadway’s history. It is now a worldwide hit with productions in 45 countries and has played in more than 60 cities in North America.  Philadelphia native Vince Valentine has performed in Defending the Caveman since 2004 and has additionally appeared in several other comedic gigs. Tickets for the upcoming performance are available now by calling 855 HIT-SHOW (855-448-7469) visiting online at or at the Penn’s Landing box office. Orders for groups of 12 may be placed by calling 888-264-1788. Penn’s Landing Playhouse is located at 211 S. Columbus Blvd. (at Walnut Street). The theatre is inside the Independence Seaport Museum.  Discounted parking is available in the Open Air City of Phila. lot adjacent to the Seaport Museum. For more information, visit or Performances are Thursday evenings at 7:00pm: Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm; and Sundays at 2:00pm.

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