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Always...Patsy Cline at Peterborough Players


1/16/2020 - 1/26/2020


Peterborough Players

55 Hadley Road
Peterborough, 03458
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Created and originally directed by TED SWINDLEY, based on a true story Directed by TOM FREY Featuring BRIDGET BEIRNE JANUARY 16-26 Full of down-home laughs and 27 of Patsys hit songs (including "Crazy", "Walking After Midnight", "I Fall to Pieces", "Sweet Dreams", and more) ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE returns to the Players! In 1961, Patsy Cline was one of the biggest stars in country music. A chance encounter before a concert began the true-to-life, long-time friendship between Patsy and her great fan, Louise Seger. Over beers and bacon-and-eggs, fan and idol became confidants, supporting each other through letters until Patsys untimely death at age 30. Patsy and Louise bring the audience on a honky-tonk journey through one of country musics greatest friendships. Popular company member Bridget Beirne returns as Patsy Cline. ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE features Bridget Beirne ("A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline"). Directed by Tom Frey.

News About Always...Patsy Cline at Peterborough Players

Peterborough Players Inaugurate New Outdoor Stage With BEEHIVE: THE 60'S MUSICAL
August 12, 2021

The sounds, sights, and moves of the powerhouse female vocalists of the 1960's will bring the Players' new outdoor Elsewhere Stage roaring to life in Beehive: The 60's Musical! 

Peterborough Players' Playgroup Takes A Look At Theatrical Design
February 22, 2021

Costume, light, sound, and set design are a massive part of theatrical storytelling. From sweeping to subtle, the vision of designers creates the world of the play. 

The Peterborough Players to Ring in the New Year with ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE
December 23, 2019

The Peterborough Players rings in the New Year - and new decade! - with an audience favorite, Always...Patsy Cline, created and originally directed by Ted Swindley, from January 16th-26th. This rousing musical, featuring classic Patsy Cline hits, has not been seen on the Players' stage since 2003. The Players has a long history with the music of the country legend, having produced a separate look at Patsy Cline's life in a different show, A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline, in 2014.

Peterborough Players Announces 2019-2020 Winter Season
October 11, 2019

The Peterborough Players celebrates the return of their on-stage Winter Season with three selections sure to delight audiences during this cold time of year. A boisterous comedy, a return of a country music legend, and an encounter with one of America's most revered poets come to life in A Tuna Christmas, Alwaysa??Patsy Cline, and This Verse Business December 2019 a?" February 2020.

Peterborough Players Frequently Asked Questions

What shows are coming up next at Peterborough Players

Where is Peterborough Players located?
Peterborough Players is at 55 Hadley Road, Peterborough.

What shows have played recently at Peterborough Players
A Tuna Christmas (12/5/2019-12/15/2019)
Rose (9/11/2019-9/15/2019)
A Doll's House, Part 2 (8/28/2019-9/8/2019)
Cindy Reilly (8/17/2019-8/24/2019)
Dumas' Camille (8/14/2019-8/25/2019)
She Loves Me (7/31/2019-8/11/2019)
SHE LOVES ME (7/31/2019-8/11/2019)
Morning's at Seven (7/17/2019-7/28/2019)
Fully Committed (1/31/2019-2/10/2019)
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (8/1/2018-8/12/2018)

What is the history of Peterborough Players ?
The Peterborough Players produces 7 Main Stage shows each season that run late June through September, and two Second Company children's shows that run July and August. The Peterborough Players was founded in 1933 by Edith Bond Stearns -- EBS as she was known to friends -- a woman of imagination and vision with a love for the arts. To quote from Our Playhouse (available through Peterborough Players): “At the time EBS decided to purchase the Hadley Farm, it was abandoned and had no electricity or running water.”

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