$20 for One Ticket to "Defending the Caveman" at Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret (Up to $44.75 Value). Six Performances Available.

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Broadway's longest running one-man comedy charms with witty insight into the battle of the sexes

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Since it’s illegal to yell “fire!” inside a theater, it’s best to keep quiet and enjoy the show when an actor’s pant leg is inevitably engulfed in flames. See a fiery onstage performance with today's GrouponLive deal: for $20, you get one ticket to see Defending the Caveman at the Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret in the Cultural District's Theater Square complex (up to a $44.75 value, depending on show date). Choose from the following performances:

• Friday, October 7, at 7:30 p.m. (a $39.75 value)
• Saturday, October 8, at 2 p.m. (a $34.75 value)
• Saturday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. (a $44.75 value)
• Sunday, October 9, at 2 p.m. (a $34.75 value)
• Wednesday, October 12, at 7:30 p.m. (a $39.75 value)
• Thursday, October 13, at 7:30 p.m. (a $39.75 value)

Defending the Caveman, one of the most venerable one-man comedies in theater history, continues its successful evolution to the delight of Pittsburgh audiences. A smash hit since Broadway's Mesozoic Era, Rob Becker's anthropological one-man study of baffling gender behavior has slain theaters around the globe with its insightful jabs and fantasy synchronized-swimming-league references. Chock full of ticklish topics that hit home with adult audiences, Defending the Caveman bonds both sexes like a comical couples’ therapy session that heals without the need to play vertigo-inducing trust games.

The theater space’s seating (assigned upon purchase) is cleverly arranged in cabaret style, eschewing the need for night-vision goggles while watching the stage or ordering food and drinks. The Pittsburgh CLO is a prestigious, nonprofit cultural institution, so inner theater buffs' inner philanthropists' consciences will be pleased.