Yet Another Adelaide Fringe Festival 2012 Review

This time it’s from Jenna Bonavita from Rip It Up Magazine.

Miss Patsy DeCline In The Cowgirl’s Revenge
The International Visualisation Centre – Cafe Room, Fri Mar 9
Review By Jenna Bonavita (Rip It Up Magazine)

Lordy, Miss Patsy surely has had a colourful life! Growing up in Cowpoke County, she’s survived three husbands, has been to rehab and is now gosh-darn ticked off. Miss Patsy is eager to share all she’s learnt from jumping Shangrila freight trains to running for President in the big smoke.

Rehab sponsor, Trixie, although somewhat challenged to stay upright on her bar stool, makes a swaggering special appearance to support Miss Patsy in her quest for sobriety.

The gorgeous and hospitable Miss Patsy DeCline, celebrated Queen Of Country Corn, will lift your spirits with laughter, encourage twang filled sing-alongs, educate with accurate spelling, and even tantalise your gastronomically senses with delicious homemade country cooking.

Find out how to identify and avoid a cowboy, for they will only bring heartache – and then steal your horse! Put your spurs on, take your hat off and, dagnabbit, pour the lady a lemonade!

Final Word: De-Light!

Fantastic! Thank you Jenna 🙂

“The Cowgirl’s Revenge” – Adelaide Fringe Festival 2012 Review

Here is the latest review of my show “The Cowgirl’s Revenge” by Tessa Ackerman.

Miss Patsy DeCline – The Cowgirl’s Revenge
Adelaide Fringe Festival 2012
Review By Tessa Ackerman

Miss Patsy DeCline has seen it all and done it all from getting married to running for President.

Every piece of advice like “don’t fall in love with a cowboy” had a funny story behind it, and the audience listened, laughed and fell in love with Patsy.

After several stints in rehab Patsy was back for more songs to sing, stories to tell and a drunken sponsor. The crowd went Crazy for Patsy as they sang along and bantered with the star who was so sweet that she even bought cookies with her.

Several in the audience had seen Patsy DeCline perform before and after seeing her in “The Cowgirl’s Revenge” she’ll have even more people coming back for another helping.