by Joseph Vitale
WHEN: Saturday, April 6, 2 PM
WHERE: Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave., Cranford
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“Childhood is its own country—” says one of the characters in Sunset Park, “is old age?” The play follow three sets of characters at different stages of life. Sunset Park explores the effects of aging on the human spirit and validates our suspicion that no matter how old we get, love, longing, jealousy and hope remain constants in our lives.
Joseph Vitale, a semi-finalist for the 2012 Eugene O’Neill Theater / National Playwrights Conference, is the author of Back Channel, performed at The Theater Project in Maplewood in April 2018. Murrow, (“a dramatic masterpiece” —Huffington Post), was performed at The Phoenix Theatre Ensemble and as part of the ACANSA Arts Festival in Little Rock, AR. The Fourth State of Matter was nominated for the National Playwrights Conference. His one-acts have been produced at The Theater Project, the Hudson Guild, Barrow Group and Manhattan Repertory theaters in New York, and at festivals around the country. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
The Cranford Community Center is wheelchair accessible.