Before the “Book…” there was a “Boy”

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Today’s podcast features Steven Fales, creator and performer of “Confessions Of A Mormon Boy”. Our own Ken Cohen engages in a Skype interview from Utah to find out the origins of the story before it makes its way to Philadelphia. Stay Tuned! confessions-300 ABOUT CONFESSIONS OF A MORMON BOY The international hit comes to Philadelphia for 5 performances only at the Adrienne! Steven Fales’ one-man show is a story of surviving extremes. After excommunication, divorce, prostitution, and drugs, a sixth-generation Mormon reclaims his “Donny Osmond smile.” Fales tells his inspiring story with humor, song, and The Book of Mormon (the BOOK, not the Broadway cast recording!). Before there was “The Book of Mormon,” there was the Mormon Boy! “Sexy and harrowing” (San Francisco Examiner) “Brokeback Mormon” (Variety) “Uncommonly powerful” (Chicago Tribune) FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION: http://www.quinceproductions.com/mormonboy.html