Broadway shows for the most part have struggled to find a long term audience in Las Vegas, but one show that has bucked the trend is the longest running Broadway show in Las Vegas history which is ‘Defending The Caveman’ which after a long Strip run has moved to Downtown Las Vegas. The new home for hit one man show starring Kevin Burke ‘Defending The Caveman’ is the D on Fremont Street. The show explores couples and relationships with entertaining banter and observations of how we navigate relationships. Kevin Burke is synonymous with this role and has won entertainer of the year awards as well as also holds a record for the most shows performed in a fifty day period. The show gets good reviews generally so if it sounds like something you are interested in you might want to check it out, when Kevin Burke has time off which doesn’t seem often television actor John Venable takes his place. Beginning April 5th the show will move to a 4pm showtime with 8pm shows also on Thursday and Friday nights. Tickets for the show are available from the D box office from $38.45 to $69.95 for a vip package plus the usual ticket fees and taxes.