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Disruption hits every industry, including entertainment. Kevin Burke, with more than 4,400 performances of the Broadway play, Defending the Caveman shares his insights into the future of entertainment, retail, and business. You’re going to love his stories and insights on holding a customer’s attention.

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Kevin Burke

Kevin Burke

Star of Defending the Caveman | Comedian | Speaking Coach

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Stay Ahead of the Competition: Disruptive Ideas from a Master Showman

Kevin Burke

Kevin Burke: Hi, my name is Kevin Burke. I’m going to be talking to Mark in a few moments about Defending the Caveman. Caveman is a one-man Broadway play. It’s a comedy about men and women in relationships, how we miscommunicate and how those miscommunications cause us to misunderstand each other. We’re built and wired differently. Back in the cave times, men were hunters, women were gatherers, and because of that we evolved with different sets of strengths, and that’s what we’re going to be talking about.

Mark S A Smith: My guest today is Kevin Burke, who performs the Broadway play, Defending the Caveman in Las Vegas. He has been performing this one-man show for more than 10 years, more than 3,000 performances, he has the longest running one-man show in all history. Defending the Caveman is the longest running Broadway play, as well as the longest running Broadway show in Las Vegas. He’s a former Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey’s Clown. I met him at Darren LaCroix’s Stage Time University Humor Bootcamp where he was part of the faculty, and he delivered some of the best coaching I have ever experienced in my life. As you can tell, I’m well coached. Welcome, Kevin, to the show.

Kevin Burke: Thank you, Mark. One little revision there, I’ve done over 4,000 shows, not 3,000. The PR department must have sent you an old release. Since 2003, when I first started doing the show, all the way up to today, the number is around 4,400. From the time we came to Las Vegas until now, I think it’s about 3,700.

Mark S A Smith: Wow. Do you ever forget your lines?

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