Mormon Boy Hosts "Gay Singles Night" March 16

News   Mormon Boy Hosts "Gay Singles Night" March 16
Confessions of a Mormon Boy, the solo play written and featuring Steven Fales, telling his own story of life from Mormon upbringing to Manhattan prostitution, will host a "Gay Singles Night" March 16 at 8 PM.

The evening includes the Jack Hofsiss-directed production, a post-show cocktail reception "where gay singles will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with other gay singles" as well as Steven Fales.

The "Gay Singles Night" package is $50 and will include that evening's performance, complimentary cocktail at a post-performance reception at the theatre, door prizes, and the chance to meet other gay singles.

A new block of tickets is on sale to May 21. Performances play the newly renovated Soho Playhouse (15 Vandam Street) in Manhattan. Previews began Jan. 27, prior to its official opening of Feb. 5.

"Confessions of a Mormon Boy recounts the arresting story of Mr. Fales' failed attempt to overcome his 'same-sex attraction' through 'reparative therapy,' which resulted in his divorce and excommunication from the Mormon Church," according to production notes. "After his perfect Mormon world fell apart, Mr. Fales moved to New York City where he quickly descended into the gay underworld of escorting and drugs…"

The play is presented Off-Broadway by MB Productions, and is being general managed by Seth A. Goldstein of The Splinter Group. Performances are Mondays at 7 PM (with Monday Night Talk-Backs immediately following the performance), Wednesdays through Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 and 8 PM and Sundays at 3 and 7 PM. For ticket information call the Soho Playhouse box office at (212) 691-1555 or visit online at or

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