“Defending the Caveman” at Harrah’s Las Vegas recently celebrated its sixth anniversary in Las Vegas with a special visit from Christian Stuart, Harrah’s regional vice president and assistant general manager on Monday, June 24.
Stuart congratulated the show on celebrating this important milestone and presented local producer, John Bentham, and new star Chris Allen with certificates of recognition from several local officials including: Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, Governor Brian Sandoval, U.S. Senator Dean Heller, U.S. Senator Harry Reid, U.S. Congresswoman Dina Titus and U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford.
To commemorate the occasion, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman declared June 24, 2013 “‘Defending the Caveman’ – Chris Allen Day” in Las Vegas.
“It really is incredible how this show makes both men and women laugh at themselves. That’s why I believe it has lasted this long and with the addition of our newest caveman, Chris Allen, I am sure the show will continue to last long into the future,” said John Bentham, local producer of “Defending the Caveman.”
“‘Defending the Caveman’ has kept our guests roaring with laughter as they explore the relationship between men and women. Congratulations on a successful six years in Las Vegas and we look forward to hosting the show here at Harrah’s Las Vegas for years to come,” said Christian Stuart, Harrah’s regional vice president and assistant general manager.
The longest-running solo play in Broadway history made its permanent Las Vegas debut on June 24, 2007. Since then its leading cavemen have been proving to audiences that relationships are a laughing matter during more than 3,000 shows. Most recently, the show welcomed new lead caveman, Chris Allen, to the stage. “Defending the Caveman” is a worldwide, rock-solid tour-de-force. The blockbuster has won the hearts of millions in more than 45 countries and has been translated into 18 different languages. This hilariously insightful show about the ongoing misunderstandings between men and women has both sexes roaring with laughter and recognition. With hysterical insights into contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zone, “Defending the Caveman” mines the common themes in relationships that go straight to the funny bone.
“Defending the Caveman” is performed nightly at 7 p.m., with additional matinee shows on Sundays and Mondays at 4 p.m., inside The Improv Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas. For more information visit www.defendingthecaveman.com.