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Fabulous entertainer Lola (Barton “Bart” Perry, center) and Lola’s angels dancing in “Kinky Boots” (2023). Photo by Christian Pizzirani.
City Lights presents an exciting mix of plays and musicals on the mainstage, along with the Lights & Music Concert Series; the streaming series The Next Stage; and the podcast Filament. Scroll down for photos and video. For more, contact marketing director Rebecca Wallace, or call our box office at 408-295-4200 during open hours: Mondays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., and Tuesday-Friday from noon-4 p.m.

On our mainstage from March 21 through April 21 is King Liz. Join dynamic sports agent Liz Rico as she battles her way to the top in a man’s world. Even non-sports fans will root for these characters in Fernanda Coppel’s smart drama.

Synopsis: Veteran sports agents know they have to fight to stay on top. If you’re a woman, it’s doubly hard. With an elite client roster and a nearly unbeatable drive, Liz Rico (Damaris Divito) is poised to take over the agency that she’s helped build. Then she takes on high school basketball superstar Freddie Luna (Davied Morales). With his troubled past and a temper as hot as his talent, he could make his career and hers if she can keep things under control. But at what price?

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Show Program

Our 2023-24 season:
Up next in May is Clyde’s, a spicy comedy by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage. And in summer 2024, it’s time to do the Time Warp again with Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show!

City Lights is a fully vaccinated company. Masks are recommended in the building, and required at select performances of each mainstage show. City Lights recommends but does not require the Covid vaccine and booster.

We ask that if any patron is feeling unwell or has any concerning symptoms to please stay home. We’ll be happy to exchange tickets for another performance, free of charge. For more about City Lights’ Covid protocols, which may change at any time as the pandemic evolves, go to cltc.org/covid-protocols.