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Carter Calvert (left) and Sally Struthers will star at NCT as charttopper Patsy Cline and her number-one fan, Louise Seger (photo by Jay Goldsmith for the 2012 Ogunquit Playhouse production)

NCT’s Always… Patsy Cline Is Friendship Set to Music and a Fantastically Entertaining Show

Friday night, there were a lot of Patsy Cline fans enjoying award-winning actresses Sally Struthers and Carter Calvert in the North Carolina Theatre‘s production of Always… Patsy Cline, which opened on Jan. 20th in Raleigh’s A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater. It is not surprising that the show appeals to Cline’s loyal fans, but I urge you… Read More ›

Carter Calvert (left) and Sally Struthers will star at NCT as charttopper Patsy Cline and her number-one fan, Louise Seger (photo by Jay Goldsmith for the 2012 Ogunquit Playhouse production)

Sally Struthers and Carter Calvert Will Star in Ted Swindley’s 1997 Off-Broadway Hit, Always… Patsy Cline, on Jan. 20-29 at NCT

Broadway and national and international tour veteran Carter Calvert (It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues) and fellow Broadway veteran Sally Struthers, who won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Comedy-Variety or Music Series in 1972 and 1979 for playing Gloria Bunker Stivic in Norman Lear’s groundbreaking CBS television sitcom… Read More ›

"Alway ... Patsy Cline" plays July 21-24 at Theatre in the Park

“Always … Patsy Cline” Is Ted Swindley’s Valentine to the Country-Music Legend and Her Number-One Fan

“Always … Patsy Cline” is dramatist and director Ted Swindley’s 1997 Off-Broadway hit about the unusual friendship between Winchester, VA-born Country-Music-Hall-of-Famer Patsy Cline (1932-63) and her number-one fan, Houston, TX housewife and divorcee Louise Seger (1932-2004).

“Always…Patsy Cline” A Musical Tribute Opens at Raleigh Ensemble Players | Dec 10 – 13

Always…Patsy Cline is a look at a star’s unforgettable sound and the legacy that still endures to this day. The musical play is complete with down home country humor, true emotion and audience participation