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Walter Mosley Creates Drama

Prolific writer tries his hand at playwriting with 'The Fall of Heaven'

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Walter Mosley hates to be pigeonholed. Perhaps that goes back to his origins: His mother was Jewish, his father African-American. His genealogy perhaps instilled in him a desire to explore different avenues, and that's what his life has been about. A computer programmer until he was 34, he's now spent two decades as a prolific and successful writer. His first play, 'The Fall of Heaven,' is receiving its world premiere at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.  

The Fall of Heaven (Review)

Walter Mosley's onstage debut wrestles with good and evil

0 Comments · Friday, January 29, 2010
In a recent essay in Newsweek, Walter Mosley stated, "Everybody is guilty of something." That truism is apparent in 'The Fall of Heaven,' the first play by the well-known crime and mystery novelist in its world premiere at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.  

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