International Country Artist Jolie Holliday to play Patsy Cline

International Country Artist Jolie Holliday to play Patsy Cline image

NEWS RELEASE: For Immediate Release 


Lindsey Rushen
Director of Marketing

Casa Mañana & Wally Jones present a Wishing Star Production of

International Country Artist Jolie Holliday to play Patsy Cline 


FORT WORTH, Texas (March 1, 2021) – Casa Mañana’s Reid Cabaret Theatre and Frank Kent Cadillac present a Wishing Star production of Always…Patsy Cline April 15-25, 2021Tickets are on sale now.

 Always…Patsy Cline stars Jolie Holliday as Patsy Cline. Ms. Holliday is no stranger to the stage, opening for artists such as Pat Green, Neal McCoy, Lee Ann Womack and Randy Travis. Her debut album, A Real Good Day, entered the European charts at no. 1 and earned her Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year at the CMA Indie Awards. Her follow-up album, Lucky Enough, had the hit singles “No Thanks,” which reached no. 1 on the IndieWorld Country Chart and “I’m Coming Home to You,” which reached top 20 on the Texas Music Charts. In 2009 she performed at the half-time show of the Thanksgiving Dallas Cowboy Game, and in 2011 she performed at the Official Super Bowl Pre-Game showMs. Holliday was honored to perform “Soldier” for Chris Kyle’s memorial service in February 2013 at Cowboy Stadium, and her latest album Somebody Who Can is dedicated to Mr. Kyle and all armed forces members for their services. Nowadays, she performs over 200 concerts a year with fellow country artist Sonny Burgess as the dynamic duo known as Jolie & Sonny.

 Based on the true story of Patsy’s friendship with her most devoted fan, Louise Seger, Always…Patsy Cline chronicles the friendship which began when the two met at the Esquire Ballroom outside Houston. Over a pot of strong coffee, this unlikely pair of women became best friends and kept in touch until Patsy’s untimely death. Boasting a score of your favorite Patsy Cline songs like “Anytime,” “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “She’s Got You” and “Crazy,” this is sure to be the toe-tapping hit of the season! Order tableside drink service while enjoying a socially distanced evening in the Reid Cabaret Theatre on the Mainstage.

The Reid Cabaret Theatre productions are now held on the mainstage to allow for social distancing. Audience members sit at tables of 2, 3 or 4, spread out across the stage. Adjustments have been made so that audience members are only sitting with their respective parties, and the number of tables is limited. Performers are spread out across a stage that has been built over the first few rows of the original seats. Staff follow strict sanitary guidelines, including health screenings prior to coming to work, and wearing gloves and face masks. Performances do not have an intermission, and restrooms are closely monitored for capacity and cleaned frequently. 

 Ticket prices start at $65 and may be purchased by visiting Tickets are also available at the Casa Mañana Theatre Box Office, 3101 West Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth. 

 Performance dates and times are as follows: Thursday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, April 16 at 8:00 p.m.SaturdayApril 17 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.Sunday, April 18 at 2:00 p.m.Thursday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m.Friday, April 23 at 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, April 24 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Sunday, April 25 at 2:00 p.m.

 About Casa Mañana 

Casa Mañana Theatre has produced professional Broadway and Children’s Theatre in Fort Worth for more than 60 years. As a performing arts organization, Casa Mañana strives to create, nurture and advance live professional theatre unparalleled in artistic excellence for the enrichment and education of its diverse community and its future generations of artists and patrons. Casa Mañana’s Broadway and Children’s Theatre productions are seen by nearly 140,000 people annually and over 100,000 school children attend its Children’s Theatre productions each year. Learn more at 

 About Wishing Star Productions 

Wishing Star Stage Company began life in April of 2016 as Texas Theatre for Young People (TTYP). Founders Joe Sturgeon and Jeremy Blaido partnered with the folks at E.A. Young Academy in North Richland Hills where the duo expanded their program, refined their vision, and experienced steady growth.  In 2016, Lance Lyda joined the team, and TTYP reformed as Wishing Star Stage Company and relocated to Southlake.  They currently serve as the Resident Theatre Company at the Southlake Arts Center. Learn more at

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