Sweet Dreams of Patsy is a musical program highlighting the life and music of the legendary Country superstar, Patsy Cline.
The show stars international recording artist and entertainer Patsy Torres as the beloved and acclaimed icon. Complete with a live high energy band, The Cactus Country Band, video presentation, and costume changes; Patsy Torres embodies the voice, appearance, and characteristics of her childhood idol.
Sweet Dreams of Patsy ushers the audience through the life history of Patsy Cline as it would be told by Patsy herself. Little known facts are shared along with Patsy’s most personal relationships and her experiences in the music business. Song after hit song is performed to perfection with colorful dialogue, video support, and audience participation. Older audiences will be thrilled by Torres’ charisma and remarkable incarnation of Ms. Cline, while younger audiences will become Cline’s newest fans.
Come enjoy an evening of heartwarming music.
Tickets are $30
TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
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