THIRTY YEARS LATER
2 f – int.
A woman who served as a combat nurse in Vietnam is interviewed by her niece about her war time experiences. The woman vet is getting dressed in her uniform to attend the funeral of her best friend, also a Vietnam vet. The innocent questions posed by her niece bring back all the woman's experiences, most of which she has never shared with anyone before.
This play can be performed alone as a one act, or along with TWENTY YEARS LATER and THIRTY YEARS LATER collectively called REMEMBER ME.