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Kergan Edwards-Stout: Steven Fales: A Gay Mormon Boy Grows Up

Fales will be performing The Mormon Boy Trilogy in repertory at Los Angeles' Hudson Guild Theatre, in preparation for an off-Broadway run. He graciously took time to share with me more about these plays, his life, and his continuing journey as a gay father.
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