So Good It’s Almost Patsy Cline

Carter Calvert in “Always...Patsy Cline”Photo by Anne Day

Sharon Playhouse’s production of “Always... Patsy Cline” is a sure-fire hit that will send you out of the theater humming — maybe singing — the tunes that made Cline the first country crossover-into-pop recording artist. Written in 1988 by Ted Swindley, 25 years after Cline’s death, the play is drawn from the memories of Louise Seger, Cline’s pen pal.

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