Down from Heaven by Colleen Wagner

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A stunning new play by Governor General's Literary Award–winner. Down from Heaven examines the tenuous balance between civility and savagery, morality and survival, class struggle, art, and love when a pandemic and food crisis challenges dearly held beliefs.


About Colleen Wagner

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COLLEEN WAGNER is a professional playwright, film-script, and short-fiction writer. Her first stage play, Sand, was shortlisted for best international play at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England, in 1989. She won the 1996 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama for her play The Monument. Colleen Wagner's other stage credits include Eclipsed and The Morning Bird, which premiered at the Notable Acts Summer Theatre Festival in Fredericton. Professor Wagner currently teaches at York University in the Film Department.
Published January 16, 2012 by Playwrights Canada Press. 112 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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