Alan Committie – the star of the hit show ‘Defending the Caveman’ – has decided that after 941 performances of the record-breaking comedy, it’s time to take a fresh look at relationships in 2016. With a comic, honest and sometimes even touching examination of couples, “Caveman” Committie will continue to explore the mad differences between men and women, the quirks and foibles of marriage and dating and will even try to finally provide the right answers to those loaded questions:
“Do you think I look fat?”
“Are you even listening to me?”
“Would you prefer to go to the cricket, or spend the day with me and my mom?”
In ‘Love Factually’, coming to Pieter Toerien’s Montecasino Theatre from February 26 –to April 3, Committie will also investigate everything from Tinder to text breakups, online attractions and detractions, surviving as a post-modern, metro-quasi-dexi-semi-multi-mano-sexual, exploring single vs mingle, the apparent gift of having children and the supposed burden of family.
Committie’s long run of successful shows on stage at Montecasino include: ‘The sound of Laughter’, ‘A Load of Bull’, ‘Noises Off’, ‘Boeing! Boeing!’, ‘Perfect Wedding’, ‘No, Seriously’, ‘Stressed to Kill’, ‘TV or not TV’, ‘Titanic on Ice’, and ‘Dick and Di’.
Now everyone’s favourite one-man Committee of comedy is back with the ultimate “date night” comedy for 2016.
* Performances will take place from Wednesdays to Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 5pm and 8pm and Sundays at 3pm.
Tickets priced at R180, R130 and R100 can be booked at the theatre box office on 011 511 1818, or at www.computicket.com.