This Sunday March 1, Steven Fales bring his highly acclaimed solo show “Confessions of a Mormon Boy” back to Los Angeles.
“I’m excited about this run in L.A. because it leads up to the ten-year anniversary revival of “Confessions of a Mormon Boy” off-Broadway in 2016.” Said Steven Fales “That is also the year my new book “Oxy-Mormon Memoirs” comes out and the documentary film “Mormon Boy”. It’s all very exciting. Now that my kids in Utah are raised, I have the time and energy to take things to the next level.”
“Confessions of a Mormon Boy” (www.mormonboyonline.com) has played off Broadway, across the country and internationally including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and London’s West End. This critically acclaimed solo play is Fales’ hilarious, harrowing and inspiring true story of extremes from perfect Mormon boy to perfect rent boy and how he found a middle ground reclaiming his kids and “Donny Osmond” smile. Based on original direction by Tony Award Winner Jack Hofsiss (“The Elephant Man”). The show is produced by The Possibility Foundation and MB Productions.
“Confessions of a Mormon Boy” playing every Sunday at 7pm from March 1 thru April 26, 2015 at the Zephyr Theatre, 7456 Melrose Ave., LA, CA 90036. Tickets are $30 at http://mormonboy.brownpapertickets.com or 1 (800) 838-3006 x 1. Discounts available for students, seniors, military and groups of six or more. Wheelchair accessible.
Steven Fales (playwright/performer) received an Outer Critic’s Circle Award Nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance and was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist for the off-Broadway run of his solo play “Confessions of a Mormon Boy” at the SoHo Playhouse. Prior to that he received an “Overall Excellence Award” as a breakout hit at the New York International Fringe Festival and has received numerous awards since. He has extensive regional credits including Utah Shakespeare Festival, Pioneer Theatre Co, Sundance Theatre, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Stage St. Louis, Coconut Grove Playhouse, among others. He has acted in film, television, and commercials. He is the founder of the group Solo Performance Alliance on Facebook. He is the father of a son and daughter. www.facebook.com/fales.steven, twitter @mormonboy, Instagram @mormonboylive
The Possibility Foundation provides education and resources to help victims of human trafficking and assist sex workers desiring to transition out of the sex trade. 10% of the net profits (defined after theatre rental of $550/show) goes toward establishing this foundation, web site and hotline. www.facebook.com/possibilities4u.
Show: Confession of a Mormon Boy
When: Sundays — March 1- April 26 ;
Where: Zephyr Theater
Address:7456 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA