Defending the Caveman Donates $2,655 to Injured Police Officers Fund

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Las Vegas Police Protection Association Members Invited to See the Show FREE in August
LAS VEGAS – Defending the Caveman, the longest running solo play in Broadway history donated $2,655 to the Injured Police Officers Fund (IPOF) in support of families for fallen Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo. The donation is from the patrons, cast and crew of Defending the Caveman at Harrah’s Las Vegas.
“Thank you Defending the Caveman. It’s wonderful to see to see tourists, as well as locals supporting our cause,” said Richard Golgart, IPOF president. “When all is said and done, the outpour of donations – no matter how small or large – adds up to tremendous support for those families who have lost a loved one that dedicated their life to protect and serve our community.”
Defending the Caveman, a hilariously insightful play about the ways men and women relate - fight, laugh and love - will honor members of the Las Vegas Police Protection Association with complimentary admission through August 31.
“Our Defending the Caveman team felt in our hearts we must offer our officers a place where they can find solace in a few hours of laughter,” said producer John Bentham. “As a long-standing member of the community, our hearts go out to the families, friends and colleagues of the fallen.”
About Injured Police Officers Fund
The mission of the Injured Police Officers Fund (IPOF) is to help reduce the financial burden suffered by police officers and their families in the event of a line of duty injury or death by providing monetary assistance to these officers and their families. IPOF was formed in October of 1982. Member agencies include Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Recruiting, North Las Vegas Police, Mesquite Police, UNLVPD, Clark County School District Police, Clark County Parks Police, Nevada Highway Patrol, Boulder City Police, Henderson Police, City of Las Vegas. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
About Defending the Caveman
Defending the Caveman has both sexes roaring with laughter and recognition. Affectionate nudging between audience members occurs during the performance as they recognize themselves in the stories being told on stage.
Performances at Harrah's Improv theatre are 7 p.m. daily and 4 p.m. Sunday and Monday. Tickets start at $39.95 plus tax and handling fees. Call (702) 777-2782 or online at VIP tickets available, which includes first-tier seating and a “Defending the Caveman” t-shirt. Premium VIP tickets are available, which includes premium seating, souvenir photo and t-shirt. Guests must be 13 years of age or older to attend.
“Defending the Caveman,” Broadway’s smash hit about the sexes, is an international hit with productions in 30 countries, and more than 15 languages, and originally opened in San Francisco in 1991, moving to Broadway in 1995. Comedian Rob Becker wrote Defending the Caveman over a three-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology. This prehistoric look at the battle of the sexes is full of hilarious scenarios that celebrate the differences between men and women.