Digging Up Dad, One Man's Autobiographical Journey
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The last date listed for Digging Up Dad was Saturday April 3, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Set in the nightclub of a small, backwater town somewhere South of the Border, El Grande De Coca Cola is a hilarious look at small-town life and big-time entertainment. Pepe Hernandez boasts in the local press that he's bringing a group of international cabaret stars to town, thanks to help of his uncle, the manager of the local Coca-Cola bottling plant. But when Pepe's plans don't exactly come together, his "Parade of the Stars" has a different look. Don't miss this timeless comedy that has been entertaining audiences for more than 30 years! Learn More
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Featured review from Ms W
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I haven't missed a show at the Ruskin for several years now, and have only the best things to say about what I've seen, but this show was not up to the normal standards. The acting was good, but the story, although real, did not really hold my interest, and seemed a bit disjointed. I'm sure there is an audience for this show, but it was not one I'm likely to recommend.
Cris D’Annunzio was raised in a traditional East Coast nuclear family - in the sense that his grandparents, both Italian immigrants, lived in the house and there were always bombs going off! He survived to attend Princeton University, where he played football. Cris got his start in acting when he was 'discovered' by the John Houseman Acting Company while moving instruments for the symphony orchestra at Chautauqua Institute in upstate NY - his summer job during college. The experience of riding his bike to the theatre and performing stuck with him. After a brief stint in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills, Cris embarked on an acting and writing career that has taken him from the stage to the screen - both big and small. LA Stage appearances include COBB at the Falcon Theater, award winning Cockraoch Nation at LATC, and the World Premiere of Beth Henley’s Sisters Of The Winter Madrigal. NY credits include Miss Julie at Manhattan Theatre Club. Selected film credits include Ridley Scott’s American Gangster and Chasing 3000 with Ray Liotta, which Cris wrote. Cris has had numerous TV roles which include appearances on Without a Trace and Law And Order.