An inspiring true story told through humor, song, and the Book of Mormon, Steven Fales' critically acclaimed solo play Confessions of a Mormon Boy explores one young man's captivating journey through excommunication, divorce, prostitution, and drugs, as he struggles to reclaim himself, his children, and his "Donny Osmond" smile. Prior to its current Off-Broadway incarnation, it started as a stand-up comedy routine in Manhattan. The full play first premiered to sold-out crowds in Salt Lake City in 2001. The show is directed by Tony Award winner Jack Hofsiss (The Elephant Man). There are Monday Night Talk-Backs immediately following the performance.