Coming soon to the Charing Cross Theatre is Steven Fales’ extraordinary one-man show “Confessions of a Mormon Boy”, the show that has made him an icon on stages across the United States. The appearance at the London theatre is certain to turn many heads as he goes over his journey from a clean-cut Mormon boy to a life of drugs and prostitutes in New York City. It has previously appeared on stages across the United States and on other stages around the world – including Dublin and Edinburgh – and its arrival at the Charing Cross Theatre marks its premiere in the capital.
Steven Fales has penned many shows that have explored this concept, having become a male prostitute in New York, experimented with drugs and battled with homosexuality. “Confessions of a Mormon Boy” thus began what would become a trilogy, with “Missionary Position Following” and “Who’s Your Daddy” completing the line-up.
“Confessions of a Mormon Boy” is directed by Jack Hofsiss, who has previously directed a range of shows on the other side of the Atlantic in addition to television shows and films like “The Best of Families” and “I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can”. In the early 1980s he earned a Tony Award for his stage version of “The Elephant Man”.
“Confessions of a Mormon Boy” is at Charing Cross Theatre from Wednesday 7th September 2011 (previews from Sunday 5th September 2011) to Saturday 24th September 2011.
|Booking From:||Monday, 5th September 2011|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 24th September 2011|
|Evenings:||Monday to Saturday 8pm|
|Running Time:||90 minutes|
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