Not much time left to see Debra Brevoort's remarkable tragedy, "Women of Lockerbie," which closes on November 23 at Sacramento's Capital Stage. It brings to consciousness the agony that haunted families of victims years after a suicide bomber blew up a Pan Am airliner over Lockerbie, Scotland, two decades ago. It's especially relevant after today's racial rant against Barack Obama by Al Qaida's No. 2 Ayuman Al-Zawahiri, reminding us that we still have enemies.
For a review of the play, click the title of this post and select Page 30.