Reviews for Tex-Arts Performances

Review: Always, Patsy Cline, by Tex-Arts Lakeway

Review: Always, Patsy Cline, by Tex-Arts Lakeway

by Michael Meigs
Published on October 11, 2008

Playwright Ted Swindley weaves two very different strands for this presentation. The manic Louise, a clown of little insight, provides the narrative and the jokes. And Patsy sings.

Selena Rosanbalm is a great big bundle of vocal talent.She delivered again and again in the TexArts’ production of Always, Patsy Cline, blending with our memories of Patsy’s joy, melancholy, honky-tonk and hokum from the late 1950s and early 1960s.That was the time when that plucky little singer with the vibrant voice traveled from town to dusty town, earning her coins with a different band every night instead of staying in Nashville and watching the royalties …

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