Steven Fales was the first gay Mormon to tell his story in a mainstream way. Confessions of a Mormon is now one of many solo plays and books that make up this actor/writer/producer’s 'Mormon Boy Experience.' This website further explores his pioneering, award-winning work that evenly, eruditely, and humorously investigates Mormondom, elucidates the gay Mormon phenomenon, and celebrates what it means to be profoundly human. All visitors are welcome. With masterful storytelling, dynamic staging, and innovative production design elements, Elder Fales's solo shows pull out all the dramatic and comedic stops while pulling very few punches (even with himself), and help define/articulate/explain what it was and is to be a gay American, father, and human being at the turn of the millennium.
Fales's 'Mormon Boy Experience' is one of the most comprehensive and authentic examinations of Mormon Americana by an insider's insider-outsider to ever be performed onstage or expressed on the page. Steven Fales as 'Mormon Boy' has been a provocative American original telling the truth behind the truth since 2001. Thank you for your interest and support of this rigorous artistic inquiry about the subculture of Brother Fales's birth—and families and society in general—and what can possibly catapult that wasn't possible before. Keep smiling!
'Mormon Boy' is committed to keeping his artistic voice independent. Won't you please consider making a donation through Paypal, Venmo, Fractured Atlas, or Patreon? Contact Steven Fales directly for information about investing in future 'Mormon Boy Experience' projects. Thank you.
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