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$30 -- 'Outrageously Funny' Comedy in Philly, up to 50% Off*

$30 -- $30 --
By Bethany Voyt

"Defending the Caveman" has been called "outrageously funny and surprisingly sweet" by the Chicago Sun-Times. With this offer, Travelzoo subscribers can save up to 50% on tickets to the hit one-man show in Philadelphia.

All seats at Penn's Landing Playhouse are $30 (reg. $45-$65) for all performances July 17 - Sept. 25.

Note: Performances are Thursdays at 7 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. 

Starring Philadelphia native Vince Valentine, this blend of stand-up, lecture and therapy session is full of comedic observations on the gender gap. It holds the record as the longest-running solo play in Broadway history.

Book by Sept. 24.

How to book

Click here to book online at Penn's Landing Playhouse
  1. Click "Buy Tickets."
  2. Choose a date and time from the drop box. 
  3. Click "Enter Discount Code," enter TRAZ and click "Use Code."
  4. Select the Travelzoo ticket option. The best available seat will be issued. 
  5. Choose a quantity of tickets from the drop box and click "Find Tickets."
  6. Select a delivery method and click "Submit." 
  7. Log in or register to complete your purchase.



Fees: Additional fees of $6 per ticket apply.

Restrictions may apply. Additional fees of $6 per ticket apply. Fees are determined by the venue and ticketing agent and not by Travelzoo. Discount parking is provided for $10 at the DRWC outdoor parking lot next to the theater (North of the Museum). You must enter the parking lot at 211 S. Columbus Blvd. entrance (at Walnut Street) only, no earlier than two hours before the show. Parking is subject to availability.

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  • When
    July 17 - Sept 25
  • Where
    Penn's Landing Playhouse
  • Savings
  • Why We Like It
    The comedy is universal: The show has played 45 countries and been translated into 18 languages.