due to the current developments regarding the coronavirus, there will unfortunately be further postponements of the following events:
Caveman, on 18.04. and 07.06.2020 – moved to 26.09.2020
The admission tickets remain valid for the mentioned alternative dates.
If you would like to rebook your tickets for another day of the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your preferred date and number of tickets. You will then receive a reply as soon as possible. You will find all dates on www.caveman.de. If none of the other dates can be kept, there is the possibility to return the tickets at the advance booking office where they were purchased.
We regret the circumstances and wish you good health!
Ticket hotline 030 – 479 974 47
Two hundred thousand years – and a few on top of that: Since the beginning of mankind, man and woman have been passionately trying to cope with everyday life together. Or even to lead a partnership.
But it is only in the current millennium that CAVEMAN provides the charming proof that the fundamental challenges of a relationship have not changed significantly, even in the age of the three-roomed property cave and the hunt for smartphones.
A relationship-rich insight, but one which, thanks to the likeable hero Tom, provides pure pleasure. Together with him the audience explores the unequal territories of the two species. On the one hand, there is the clearly manageable world of sharp-shooting remote controls and rolling hunting grounds including remote-controlled central locking. On the other, that extraordinarily complex universe of best friends, unbridled imagination and baskets of information. We learn, for example, why HE wants television to be evaluated as work and SHE wants a clean bathroom, even without planning open lung surgery. In love, engaged, damned funny – CAVEMAN takes a look into the inside of every relationship that is as entertaining as it is accurate.
Even Rob Becker’s original piece became the most successful solo piece in the history of Broadway. And in this country, too, CAVEMAN has been a permanent fixture on stage since 2000 in the production of Esther Schweins and the translation by Kristian Bader. Thanks to his trenchant inventiveness and the loving reappraisal of deep truths along with amusing clichés, CAVEMAN is more than ever a must for everyone who leads, has led or wants to lead a relationship. And turns the “mammoth task relationship” into an unforgettably entertaining evening.