The Last Ten Years (Act I)
By Joseph Vitale
2 PM Saturday
The Last Ten Years charts the final decade in the marriage of Doug and Pam Hernshaw. Through a series of vignettes that move back and forth in time, the play tells the story of a marriage from its hopeful early days, through estrangement, to eventual separation and divorce. InThe Last Ten Years, we meet a bright, attractive couple who are good people – but not good together.
Joseph Vitale is the author of a number of plays, including Murrow, which was performed Off-Off Broadway last May at The Phoenix Theatre Ensemble in New York. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America as well as the Theater Project Playwrights Workshop. In 2012, he was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Theater/National Playwrights Conference.