There is a new play opening in New York called "Saturn Returns" which, aside from its compelling name, appears to address The Saturn Return periods (ages 27-30, 56-59 and, if we are lucky, 84-87) in a literary (if not literal...) way. Here is a short desciption of the play:
SATURN RETURNS: The planet Saturn's orbital return to its position at the moment of a person's birth happens every thirty years. In Saturn Returns, playwright Noah Haidle uses this phenomenon to take a look at one man - Gustin (to be played at the three different stages of his life by Robert Eli, John McMartin and James Rebhorn) - during these pivotal moments as he confronts the three women in his life (all to be played by Rosie Benton).
Here is my post on the astrological significance of the Saturn Return. Maybe it will clue us in to what the character Gustin can expect in the play....?