Julia’s reveries are interrupted by a series of uniformed men who try to win her heart and help her live in a less than perfect world.
A play in one act
(Note: *multiple casting of two men)
Julia's apartment is really one large room which serves all of her needs for eating, sleeping, observing, serving, learning and always – fantasizing. There should always be a sense of things being unreal, larger than life rather than trying to reproduce a reality which doesn’t exist in this play.
1986 – U. of Cincinnati Theatre Conservatory New Play Festival
1984 – Porthouse Theatre, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
A one act is supposed to be a laser beam, a jolt of insight, a neatly formed work that brings us up short with revelation. Sandy Perlman's UNIFORM LOVE does that but in an untraditional manner. In the midst of an absurdist, zany comedy, flashes of insight, visiting like fireflies, sparkle and are gone, only to be replaced by other such lights.
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