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'Always ... Patsy Cline' cast announced; tickets on sale Sept. 15

Linda Bradshaw (left), Cathy Rose, and Kathryn McWilliams have been cast in the Hill Country Community Theatre production of 'Always ... Patsy Cline,' which opens Sept. 23. Tickets go on sale Sept. 15. Courtesy photo

The cast is set for the Hill Country Community Theatre's production of "Always ... Patsy Cline." The play runs Sept. 23-Oct. 16 with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays at the nonprofit theater, 4003 FM 2147 West in Cottonwood Shores.

Enjoy Cline's hits "Crazy," "I Fall to Pieces," "Sweet Dreams," "Walking After Midnight," and more.

The play is based on the real-life friendship between country legend Patsy Cline, played by Kathryn McWilliams, and Houston housewife Louise Seger, played by Linda Bradshaw. It focuses on the night when Seger hears of the singer's death in a plane crash. Cathy Rose is the third member of the cast.

Tickets are available to theater subscribers on Sept. 8 and the general public on Sept. 15. Visit the Hill Country Community Theatre website or call the box office at 830-798-8944.

The rest of the HCCT's 2022-23 season is:

"A Tuna Christmas"

Dec. 2-18, 2022


Christmas in the third-smallest town in Texas is threatened by a vandalizing "Christmas Phantom," who is throwing the annual yard display contest into turmoil. And Joe Bob Lipsey's production of "A Christmas Carol" is dimmed by unpaid electric bills.

"I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change"

Feb. 3-26, 2023

Musical revue

This witty, modern production traces the arc of relationships through a series of vignettes and songs.

"On Golden Pond"

April 14-May 7, 2023


Retired New England professor Norman Thayer and spirited wife Ethel spend a final summer at their family's lakeside cottage in Maine along with estranged daughter Chelsea. The 1981 movie of the same name was based on a 1979 play.


July 14-Aug. 6, 2023


The streets of Victorian England come to life as malnourished orphan Oliver escapes the workhouse and a horrible apprenticeship and finds acceptance among petty thieves and pickpockets. Captured for a crime he did not commit, Oliver is taken in by the benevolent victim, but his chance for a loving family is threatened. Based on the Charles Dickens novel "Oliver Twist."

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