A night of laughter devoted to affairs of the heart will benefit cardiac care at Shore Health System. “Defending the Caveman”, the longest running solo play in Broadway History, hits the stage October 22.
The night begins at 6:00 pm with a reception at Scossa Restaurant & Lounge, 8 N. Washington Street in Easton. At 8:00 p.m., the curtain goes up on “Defending the Caveman” at the Historic Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street.
The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is the presenting sponsor for the fundraiser, which benefits the Shore Health System cardiac equipment fund. Platinum sponsors for the event are the Widgeon Foundation and Bruce and Sandy Hammonds. Silver sponsors are Richard and Susan Granville and Delmarva Radiology. Bronze sponsors for the event are Susan and Jack Stoltz, Aberdeen Asset Management, Comfort Inn & Holiday Express, Judy Munn and Tri Gas & Oil.
This hilariously insightful play about the ways men and women relate is a one-man comedy show that finds humor is all of the ways people fight, laugh and love.
“We cannot think of a more perfect show to benefit our cardiac equipment fund here at Shore Health System than a show that playfully sheds light on affairs of the heart we can all relate to,” says Pat O’Shea, Director of Development for Shore Health System. “This is a perfect night out for couples and singles alike to have fun, learn a little, laugh a lot and benefit a cause that serves people throughout our community.”
Tickets for this Memorial Hospital Foundation event are still available for $60 per person for the “Defending the Caveman” performance only and $150 for the reception and performance. For sponsorship information and to purchase tickets, call 410-822-1000, ext. 5763.
In photo: Richard Robinson of the Widgeon Foundation, a Platinum Sponsor of the upcoming Defending the Caveman fundraiser, Pat O’Shea, Director of Development for Shore Health System and Richard Granville, a Silver Sponsor, stand with the official poster for the popular comedy show.