“Defending the Caveman” is not as dorky as it sounds. Nor is it a misogynist rant thinly veiled with cutting humor.
In fact, the show, performed Saturday at the DECC Auditorium, is a rich lode of insight into the ways in which men and women differ and the day-by-day effects of those differences. Little of it is new information and some of the theories as to how the differences developed are, though plausible, not necessarily valid.
They came for the clogging — the audience at “Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance” Thursday evening at the DECC Auditorium.
Oh, the rest of the show was fine, but what the audience wanted was two dozen hard-shod feet slamming simultaneously into the stage floor. And they got what they came for.
, February 06, 2009
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