Women of Lockerbie

When: March 23-25 2012

Reading about the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was harder than I thought it would be. You might say various details struck a chord — for instance, that 150 people were probably still alive when the mostly intact Boeing 747 hit the Scottish ground from 31,000 feet above. But it's from that tragedy that the play Women of Lockerbie draws its story, telling the tale of a group of local women determined to get the recovered victims' clothes back from the U.S. government, to wash them. Catch the last of this weekend's three performances at 2 this afternoon at the Damon Runyon Repertory Theatre (611 N. Main St., Pueblo,; tickets are $14. — Bryce Crawford

Price: $14

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