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"Always...Patsy Cline"

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Get ready to tap your fingers and stomp your feet when "Always ... Patsy Cline'' opens at a theater near you. This musical tribute to the country music great features over 20 of Cline's best known hits, including "Walkin' After Midnight,'' "Your Cheatin' Heart,'' "Crazy,'' "I Fall To Pieces'' and "Back in Baby's Arms.''

Written and directed by Texas playwright Ted Swindley, "Always ... Patsy Cline'' is a retrospective of Patsy Cline's music career, told through the eyes of comedic housewife Louise Seger (actress Diana Rogers), a long-time adoring fan. Seger's brief encounter with Patsy Cline in 1961 and subsequent correspondence with the country music sensation provide the basis for the show's dialogue. Joined onstage by a six-piece honky-tonk band, actress Jessica Welch gives a concert performance of Patsy Cline's most memorable songs while wearing fashions similar to the unique ensembles adorned by Cline, dubbed the "Glamour Girl of Country Music.''

"Always ... Patsy Cline'' is based on actual events in the singer's life, and includes the text of a letter she wrote in 1961 to Louise Seger. In 1963, Cline died in a plane crash, ending a flourishing career at age 30. "Always ... Patsy Cline'' is a celebration of Patsy Cline's timeless vocal style and legendary appeal. The show has been entertaining audiences of all ages and musical tastes, and was one of the top ten shows produced across the country in 1998.

"I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT! This is an evening of down-home nostalgia, full of torch songs sung with a defiant upbeat, and a true touch of Cline in the night!" Clive Barnes, New York Post (6/25/97)

"Always sparkles! With the likes of I Fall To Pieces, Crazy, Walkin' After Midnight, and She's Got You, you can bet your boots YOU WON'T HEAR BETTER SONGS ANYWHERE on any New York stage this year?" David Hinckley, Daily News (6/25/97)

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