Defending the Caveman in Las Vegas, NV

The D Las Vegas301 Fremont StLas Vegas, NV 89101
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Overview

If you’ve ever been in a romantic relationship, you might be able to relate to “Defending the Caveman.” This one-man performance details the ins and outs of how couple communicate. Or, rather, how they don’t communicate. Filled with laughter, this show is a riot from start to finish.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Las Vegas Travel Experts
  • Parking is free with validation up to 3 hours.
  • The show lasts 75 minutes.
  • Show age restrictions are 13+. It’s recommended for 17+ due to some adult language/content.

Description

from Defending the Caveman
Defending the Caveman speaks to anyone who has ever been in a relationship.

The one-man performance carries on like a conversation and dives into the differences couples may face through witty banter and insightful observations that teach the audience they’re not alone in navigating relationships – the ways one fights, laughs and loves.

Ticket Tiers:
VIP
Priority seating in the first three rows at cocktail tables.
Regular
You’re at the show! Prepare to poke your mate and say “you do that."

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christopherk253
Frackville, Pennsylvania
"Average show"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 25, 2019
My girlfriend and I received free tickets from “Marriage Can Be Murder”(great show!!! Must see!!!) which we saw right before this show. This show is entertaining and informative but not a laugh out loud type of show. I’m glad we got the free tickets as I don’t think it’s worth $30 per ticket. There definitely are better shows to see in Vegas.
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Smithzc
London, United Kingdom
"We walked out"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed October 07, 2018
We'd read the previous views do our expectations were low but it was included on our LV pass so we thought we'd give it a try. Unfortunately, it was as expected. The guy delivering the material has learnt it by heart and is very professional on stage. However, the scripted delivery makes the jokes fall flat. And the jokes aren't even funny.
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mburnstein
San Francisco, California
"Pathetic"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed September 15, 2018
I saw Defending the Caveman 25 years ago. It’s a hilarious comic bit everyone should see. But not at the D Las Vegas. The small room and low budget production would have been fine with me. But the comic could not remember his lines and that ruined it. The first time he said “Troy what’s the next part” (to the sound guy at the back) we all thought it was part of the show. But no, it happened about 8 times before he just gave up and did general comedy having nothing to do with the caveman show. It was very disappointing. Definitely go see Defending the Caveman somewhere else.
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hppyadv
Morganton, North Carolina
"Waste of time and money"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed September 08, 2018
This is in my top 3 worst shows I've ever seen in Vegas. There were 10 people total watching this show. I understand why. Disappointed that I paid money and used time on my vacation for this.
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EdS269
Newark, Delaware
"DO NOT GO!!!! you will be praying for it to be over!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed August 21, 2018
What a horrible evening. For starters: you have to stand in line against a wall in a hallway with little air conditioning for over a half an hour before they let you into the small showroom. Then you get in and are escorted to cheap stacking banquet chairs that are dressed up with black drapes so you don’t know that you are about to be extremely uncomfortable for the next hour and a half. This is the experience you have after wandering around the D trying to find the showroom (unless you get lucky with directions from one of the unfriendly employees (we were misdirected 4 times). It is this small space tucked into a corner by the restaurant on the second floor...this should be your clue that it isn’t that great! So you have now wandered around to find it, then stood around to get into it, and are now stuck sitting in a hard chair for an hour, what is going to happen——you are going to look at your watch constantly to hope this hour and a half one-man monologue ends SOON! It is not a comedy act, it is a one man monologue...don’t be fooled! Take your $40 and go do ANYTHING else in Vegas...even give a little bit to several street performers on Fremont street.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Defending the Caveman

When are showtimes?
The show times are Tuesday nights at 8:40 pm.

Is parking provided?
Yes, parking is free (with validation, up to 3-hours).

When’s the earliest I can pick up my ticket?
You can pick up your ticket as early as 10 am the day of the show and the latest you can pick up is 15 minutes after the show starts.

Where is it located?
301 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101.

Is the show appropriate for children?
It's recommended for ages 17+ due to some adult content and language but 13+ is allowed.

Is the theater wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

Are pictures allowed?
No.