Defending the Caveman

A comedy that we can all relate to


People Love us !

Caveman is proud to announce the 2015 People Love us Yelp” awards in Las Vegas. – “It has humor and jokes about both sexes, but they are clean and funny.” – “I actually think he helped my relationship with my husband.” – “me and my six friends that went laughed so hard we almost made our drinks come out of our noses.” More reviews here: Yelp reviews……… 

“The standing ovation he received was undoubtedly well-deserved”

I strongly recommend that you attend this TOTS Mainstage production. I imagine it is more enjoyable when shared with your significant other – but if that is not possible, take a friend, take your Dad, take your Mom, take a sibling – go see this show and gain the knowledge – hey, we all know about the differences, but Defending the Caveman helps put them into sharp focus, plus you’ll get to laugh – a lot! see more….. 

The Caveman Cometh! – Detroit Weekly

For a man who is of a certain age (but sure doesn’t sound or act like it!), you’d think Kevin Burke would be terribly tired these days.

And why? Because Mr. Burke can now boast on his resume that he set a Guinness Book record for the most theatrical performances in a given period – 60 in 50 days at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. Not even the Barrymores in their prime managed an achievement like that and this impressive feat helped Burke net a well-earned accolade as LV’s Entertainer of the Year. Read more…. 

Defending the Caveman Honors Kevin Burke During His Last Performance at Harrah’s Las Vegas

Kevin leaves Las Vegas

Defending the Caveman, inside The Improv Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas and the longest-running solo play in Broadway history, honored Kevin Burke, the show’s lead caveman of 10 years on Monday, May 13 with a special sendoff (Pictured: Kevin Burke, Defending The Caveman’s lead caveman for the past 10 years hands over the caveman spear to his successor Chris Allen – Photo courtesy of Defending the Caveman). Kevin Burke turned over the ceremonial spear to his successor, Chris Allen, after his final full-time performance in the Las Vegas run of the show. See more…..