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Defending the Caveman on Its Last Weekend, May 20-21

By Gibbs22manila @gibbscadiz
Defending the Caveman on its last weekend, May 20-21
Catch the last two performances of “Defending the Caveman,” the “perfect date play” (BusinessWorld) that’s also the longest-running one-man show in Broadway history, on May 20 (Friday) and May 21 (Saturday), 8 p.m., at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, 4/F RCBC Plaza, Makati City.
Starring Joel Trinidad and directed by Michael Williams and Cathy Azanza-Dy, this “hilarious” and “insightful” (The Manila Bulletin) piece tackles the countless differences between men and women in a humorous, engaging and highly entertaining way.
Stand-up comic Rob Becker wrote “Defending the Caveman” over a three-year period, during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology, resulting in a play with funny insights on contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zones.
“Defending the Caveman” has now played in over 35 countries in more than 16 different languages--and still counting.
The show is mounted by CTE Productions and Theater Mogul in cooperation with San Miguel 632-Home Delivery Service, BusinessWorld and
Tickets are available at Ticketworld 8919999 or Or call 2150788, 0917-5378313, or e-mail Recommended for adult audiences only.

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