Defending the Caveaveman, Broadway’s smash hit about relationships, will be celebrating Valentine’s Day with a wedding. Las Vegas residents Mickie Hollander (72) and Gene Adler (80) will be united in matrimony following the 3 p.m. performance of Defending the Caveman.
This very special occasion will be officiated by star of Defending the Caveman and ordained minister, Kevin Burke.
Hollander and Adler fell in love with Defending the Caveman in the summer of 2008. This enthusiastic couple wanted a wedding that would provide a wonderful experience and felt celebrating with their favorite show would be ideal.
“At our age, this will be a memory we will cherish forever,” said Hollander. “What could be more exciting and beautiful?”
Friends and family of the couple will be in attendance and audience members are invited to stay for all the festivities. Excalibur will provide a reception for all wedding attendees following the ceremony.
Defending the Caveman is a hilariously insightful play about the ways men and women relate. It offers side-splitting opinions on contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity, and the erogenous zone. The longest running solo play in Broadway history, Defending the Caveman originally opened in San Francisco in 1991 and moved to Broadway in 1995. Since its debut, Defending the Caveman has been seen by more than eight million people worldwide and continues to grow in popularity.