Broadway’s Popular Comedy
Defending the Caveman
Extended by Popular Demand
Now Playing Through September 13
At Penn’s Landing Playhouse
The Longest Running Solo Play in Broadway History
Stars Philadelphia Native Vince Valentine
Written by comedian Rob Becker, Defending the Caveman has been a hit in over 45 countries as well as in more than 60 cities in North America. It is an uproarious play about the differences between the sexes and has frequently been recommended by marriage counselors and therapists; many couples walk out of the show and finally “get it”. Starting his career in comedy clubs, Vince Valentine has been performing in Defending the Caveman since 2004. Explaining that many of the differences between men and women began at the time of the caveman when men were the hunters and women were the gatherers, Vince has never been funnier. I have seen him perform three times and his act today is fresh with sidesplitting humor. The two week extension gives you an opportunity to purchase tickets if you’ve missed the opportunity to see him perform in this show recently. Don’t wait any longer. Call 855-HIT SHOW (855-448-7469), visit online at plplayhouse.com or go to the Penn’s Landing Playhouse box office. The theatre is located inside the Independence Seaport Museum at 211 S. Columbus Blvd (at Walnut St.).