Bridge Theater presents Patsy Cline tribute

patsy cline lady2Courtney Shayne will appear at the Whitehall Athletic Club at noon on Wednesday, July 17 in a tribute to Patsy Cline, the famed country singer, as a production sponsored by the Bridge Theater in a luncheon cabaret.

This is the second such cabaret this season sponsored by the Bridge Theater.  Kathy Beaver, the former producer at Fort Salem Theater and now a New York City cabaret artist, appeared this past month.

Shayne’s performance will be preceded by a buffet luncheon at noon.  The singer recreates Patsy Cline’s most notable songs that have become favorites for her many fans, even after the country singer’s untimely death.

The Delmar-based singer, appearing for her first time in Whitehall, incorporates anedotal and interactive experiences with the audience as well as singing songs from the Cline library of hits.

Shayne has appeared throughout the Northeast, most notably at the Little Theater in Fall River, Mass., as well as the Hershey Playhouse  in Hershey, Pa. A winner of numerous theatrical awards for her singing, Shayne has concentrated on her Patsy Cline tribute perforamces during the past three years.

Parking is available at the Whitehall Athletic Club, formerly the Whitehall State Armory, on Route 4 and Poultney Street.

Tickets for the performance are $29.50 per person, and include a bountiful buffet lunch, tax and gratuity. They are available at 518-832-3662 or 518-461-5411.

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