Perlman, Sandra (American playwright, 1944- ), “And the Evening and the Morning Were the First Day,”
a 10-minute comedy set in a kitchen, 1994,
© 1994, by Sandra Perlman, email@example.com, script/rights available from Franklin Mills Press, P. O. Box 906, Kent, Ohio 44240, telephone 330-673-8632, fax 330- 677-2488, http://www.sperlman.com. Cited to present author by Sandra Perlman via e-mail, January 11, 1996; Perlman says,
§ Dramatis Personae Eve (f), wife of Adam; Stan (m), salesman
“‘Are you happy?’ the disembodied voice asks Eve one night; and the next
day, that same question haunts this normally complacent wife of Adam as
she packs his lunch. When she asks her only friend Stan—the quintessential
salesman and card player—about this question, his answers encourage her
to think about life beyond her seemingly perfect garden.
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