Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Solo performers ponder big ideas.(Venue)

Byline: Anthony DellaFlora Journal Staff Writer

Death, powerful women grace Tricklock stage Death must be the oldest dramatic theme in literature. But aside from visitations by a ghost, or death incarnate, it's rarely expressed from the point of view of the dead.

Kerry Morrigan brings that perspective to her solo piece "Death's Door," which opens tonight at the Tricklock Performance Space, along with Juli Etheridge's "Uppity Women and the Dumb (Stuff) They Do."

Morrigan's story is about a young woman who's residing in limbo, coming to grips with the meaning of her recent life.

She said the situation was inspired by the deaths of several friends and family members. …

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