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"Defending the Caveman," Broadway's smash hit about the sexes, began a permanent performance schedule at Excalibur in early 2009. The production is a hilariously insightful play about the ways men and women relate. It offers sidesplitting opinions on contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity, and the erogenous zone.
Beginning May 11, 2009, performances are 4 p.m. daily at $34.95 plus tax and handling fees and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at $39.95 plus tax and handling fees. VIP tickets are available for the matinee performances for $44.95 and the evening performances for $49.95, which includes first-tier seating and a "Defending the Caveman" T-shirt. A limited number of premium VIP tickets are available for the evening performances only for $64.95, which includes premium seating, souvenir photo, and T-shirt. Guests must be 13 or older to attend.
Show times are 3 p.m. daily with additional Friday and Saturday evening performances at 7 p.m.