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CONFESSIONS OF A MORMON BOY
As moving as it is funny.” NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
“Sexy and harrowing. A story that must be told.” SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
“An uncommonly powerful, gripping and very moving piece of theatre.” CHICAGO TRIBUNE
“Feels like a sacred gift.” BOSTON GLOBE
“An extraordinary achievement. The best of the solo genre.” LOS ANGELES TIMES
Steven Fales’ critically acclaimed award-winning 90 minute solo play; Confessions of a Mormon Boy, has its London premiere for three weeks only at the Charing Cross Theatre. Recounting how Steven went from being the perfect Mormon boy in Utah to a high-priced call boy in New York City, this provocative true story takes the audience from his Mormon mission to Portugal, through excommunication, divorce, prostitution and crystal meth addiction as he struggles to reclaim himself, his two children and his ‘Donny Osmond smile’.
Directed by Tony Award Winner Jack Hofsiss (the original Broadway production of The Elephant Man), Confessions of a Mormon Boy has played across the US including an extended off Broadway run, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago (Bailiwick Repertory Theatre) and a sell out run in Salt Lake City! Internationally the show has played the Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe.
Author: Steven Failes
Creative Team: Written by Steven Failes, Directed by Jack Hofsiss
Cast: Steven Failes
Producer: Steven M Levy, Sean Sweeney and MB Productions
Performance dates5th September - 24th September 2011
Venue InformationCharing Cross Theatre(formerly New Players Theatre), The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
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DISCOUNT FOR CONFESSIONS OF A MORMON BOY TICKETS
Booking discount for CONFESSIONS OF A MORMON BOY TICKETS. £18.00 tickets reduced to £12.00 (Plus £1.00 transaction fees). Offer valid all performances from 5 to 24 September 2011