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City Lights Theater
529 South Second Street San Jose, CA 95112
408-295-4200
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 11 members
Review from Greg
Red Velvet 137 events 26 reviews

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances. And one man in his time plays many parts. The world is a stage, and we are all its players.”— William Shakespeare.

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Review from Julie
21 events 4 reviews

Wonderful Production!

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Review from Lisa
3 events 3 reviews

I'm new to City Lights this year and have attended two shows. I enjoyed the first immensely and Compleat Female Stage Beauty sealed the deal. I'm a fan. The price:enjoyment ratio of this venue is hard to beat.

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Compleat Female Stage Beauty

by Jeffrey Hatcher

Directed by Amanda Folena

Embracing a period of British history that’s ripe with gender and social intrigue, Edward Kynaston, the most famous portrayer of female roles in seventeenth-century London, is brought to ruin when King Charles II changes the law to allow women to act. His journey embarks down a road of revenge and self-awareness as Kynaston strives to take his place on the stage once again.

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*Featuring: Thomas Gorrebeeck as Ned Kynaston, Robyn Winslow as Margaret Hughes, George Psarras as King Charles II, Kate McGrath as Maria, Therese Schneck as Nell Gwynn, Robert Campbell as Duke of Buckingham, Beth Boulay as Mistress Revels/Lady Meresvale, Dale Albright as Sir Charles Sedley, Jenine Giusto as Miss Frayne/Mrs. Elizabeth Barry, Tom Gough as Thomas Betterton/Thomas Killigrew, Jonanthan Shue as Samuel Pepys/Hyde, Martin Gutfeldt as Male Emilia/Sir Peter Lelly/Ruffian/Courtier, Adam MacGill as Thug/Ruffian/Courtier, and Anthony Aranda as Bouncer/Ruffian/Courtier

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