Olympia rocks along to weekend show

October 23, 2013 by  

Rock-solid musical ‘Defending the Caveman’, which has appeared in 30 different countries and been performed in several languages, is coming to the area this weekend. Poster printing, flyer printing and other printing services may have made this play possible for viewing in this community and the surrounding regions.

The show is an exploration of today’s generation gap and a successful comic phenomenon, which looks to give an insightful view of how women and men relate to one another. As the play progresses, both sexes are likely to find themselves chuckling and nodding in agreement as the recognize some of the situations arising.

The performance includes plenty of affectionate puns, while the audience sits back and recognizes themselves as the play unfolds. An interesting and amusing performance, it was written by Rob Becker and is suitable for people of all ages. Parking is free, and bus parking will also be available at the center to accommodate groups of attendees.

Tickets for this play cost between $9.50 and $39, depending on the seating selected, plus there is a $3 service fee applicable on each ticket purchased.

Defending the Caveman will be performed this Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26 at 7:30 pm on the Main Stage at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts located at 512 Washington Street, SE, in Olympia, Washington. To learn more about this production, or to purchase tickets, please visit the venue’s website or call its box office at 360-753-8586.