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Review: 'El Grande de Coca Cola' at Ruskin is shorter, just as funny
Review: 'El Grande de Coca Cola' at Ruskin is shorter, just as funny

Since it was first produced in London almost 40 years ago, “El Grande de Coca Cola,” a farcical revue set in a third-rate cabaret somewhere south of the border, has been widely produced worldwide. Alan Shearman and Ron House, who share co-writer credits with Diz White and John Neville-Andrews, both starred in the hit 1973 off-Broadway run, which ran three years, and a subsequent, less successful 1986 revival. Now, Shearman and House return to their inspired folly in a reprise production at the Ruskin Group Theatre. Directed by Shearman, the show again stars House, who re-creates his off-Broadway turn as Senor Don Pepe Hernandez, a wannabe Mr. Show Business who oversees a...

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