Professional Summer Theatre and Acting Summer Camp

Always, Patsy Cline

June 23,24,28,29,30 and July 1,6,7,8 - 2017

7:30 PM Evening Shows

Sunday Matinees - June 25, July 2, July 9 at 2:00 P.M.

Adult Tickets @ $38.00
Senior/Military Tickets @ $36.00
Student Tickets @ $20.00
Proudly Presents Always, Patsy Cline
Always... Patsy Cline is based on the true story of Patsy Cline's friendship with Houston housewife Louise Seger.
"Sweet dreams again"
-USA Today

"A song-filled valentine"
-Los Angeles Times

"Always...Patsy Cline. Always a hit."
-Biloxi Sun Herald


CVHS Performing Arts Center
Located on the Central Valley High School Campus
821 S. Sullivan Rd.
Veradale, WA 99037
(509) 228-5218
Some material may not be suitable for children.


Patsy....................Andrea Olsen

Louise...................Dana Rose Fleming

The Band:

Conductor/keyboard.......Drew Olsen

Upright bass.............Bruce Pennell

Guitar...................Jake Segalla

Fiddle/Violin............Christopher Tamayo

Steel Guitar.............Mark Adkins

Percussion...............Andrew Repsold


Directed by Yvonne A.K. Johnson

Music Director by Drew Olsen

Set Design by Michael J. Muzatko

Costume Design by Carolyn Schafer

Technical Director and Lighting Design by Zachary Brommer

Vocal coach Michael Saccomanno
Presented through special arrangement with Ted Swindley Productions


Always...Patsy Cline is based on the true story of Patsy Cline's friendship with Houston housewife Louise Seger.

"Having first heard Cline on the Arthur Godfrey Show in 1957, Seger became an immediate and avid fan of Cline's and she constantly hounded the local disc jockey to play Cline's records on the radio.

In 1961 when Cline went to Houston for a show, Seger and her buddies arrived about an hour-and-a-half early and, by coincidence, met Cline who was traveling alone. The two women struck up a friendship that was to culminate in Cline spending the night at Seger's house - a friendship that lasted until Cline's untimely death in a plane crash in 1963.

The relationship, which began as fan worship evolved into one of mutual respect. It is the kind of relationship that many fans would like to have with their heroes.

Over a pot of strong coffee, the two women chatted about their common concerns. When Cline finally left for Dallas, her next job, the two women had exchanged addresses and telephone numbers. Seger never expected to hear from Cline again, but soon after she left, Seger received the first of many letters and phone calls from Cline. The pen-pal relationship provides much of the plot of the show.

The play focuses on the fateful evening at Houston's Esquire Ballroom when Seger hears of Cline's death in a plane crash. Seger supplies a narrative while Cline floats in and out of the set singing tunes that made her famous - Anytime, Walkin' After Midnight, She's Got You, Sweet Dreams, and Crazy - to name a few.

The show combines humor, sadness and reality. It offers fans who remember Cline while she was alive a chance to look back, while giving new fans an idea of what seeing her was like and what she meant to her original fans.

Courtesy of Ted Swindley Production

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