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Average Rating Given : 5.00000
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Always...Patsy Cline, by Ted Swindley
The closest thing you can get to the real Patsy Cline
Saturday, January 17, 2009
5.0
This is the best show I've seen at Theatre on Main and I've been going there since it was Cobb Playhouse. This show is part concert, part play and all outstanding production. Andrea Redd who plays Patsy Cline not only looks like the real Patsy but she sounds like her and mimics Patsy's stage mannerisms exactly. If it were in black and white, I would've sworn I was watching a Grand Ole Opry rerun. Carolyn Choe plays Louise, a woman that Patsy struck up an unlikely friendship with in the early 1960's. Their unlikely meeting and even more unlikely lasting friendship, until Patsy's untimely death at the age of 30, is told in a fascinating way as Louise entertains us as a character just as vivacious and lively as Patsy herself. This is an interactive show complete with sing-alongs and dancing in the aisle if you are so inclined. Take your friends and family members to this show if you’re looking for a great evening out.

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