“Defending The Caveman”
Returns To Boston
December 26 - January 5

“Defending the Caveman,” ranking as the longest running solo play in Broadway history, returns to Boston for 12 performances, Wednesday, December 26, through Saturday, January 5, 2008, at the Stuart Street Playhouse in The Radisson Hotel. The creation of comedian Rob Becker, the popular comedy about the sexes will star Michael Van Osch (below) for its Boston run.

An insightful comedy about the ways men and women relate, has turned into an international hit with productions in 30 countries. Becker wrote “Defending the Caveman” over a three-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology. The prehistoric look at the battle of the sexes played for more than two years on Broadway.

Michael Van Osch has performed “Defending the Caveman” throughout the United States and Canada. His other stage roles include Lt. Caffey in Aaron Sorkin’s “A Few Good Men,” Louie in Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers” and Reverend Groves in Lanford Wilson’s “Book of Days.” Michael has also been seen on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” in various television commercials as well as in many independent and short films.

For tickets and information, stop by the box office at 200 Stuart Street, call 800-447-7400 or visit www.telecharge.com. 

-- OnStage Boston

Production photo: Michael Brosilow



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