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35 Star Starred
Onyx Theatre
953 E. Sahara Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89104
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There are a dozen restaurants within a couple hundred feet of the Onyx, many of them award winning. Enjoyed vegan pasties at Cornish Pasties and vegan Thai at Komol.
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We had dinner at The Cornish Pasty restaurant across the parking lot from the Onyx Theater. The food was very reasonably priced and delicious! Lots of vegan/vegetarian options.
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"Mormon American Princess"
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“Fales knows how to sell it!” — _New York Times _
“Fales boasts a kick-ass tenor voice  … a charming stage presence, sharp wit, irreverent sense of humor, and a beaming smile that makes Fales a favorite!” — _Backstage West _


Following on the heels of Steven Fales’ critically acclaimed extended run of his off-Broadway hit, Confessions of a Mormon Boy at the Onyx Theatre in Las Vegas comes his cabaret sensation Mormon American Princess.

In Mormon American Princess, Steven Fales goes back to his musical theatre roots and sings more of his story, confessing, “God has seen me through excommunication, divorce, prostitution and drugs, now we’re working on narcissism—and it’s not going well.” Fales will transform from princess to cowboy in 60 minutes flat leaving audiences laughing (and sighing) all the way!

Mormon American Princessis an exploration of our self-absorbed society using the multi-talented Fales as a microcosm. But with the help of his new Higher Power (She’s fabulous!), he’s beginning to see the light as he continues to put Utah on the map.

This hilarious and poignant cabaret includes original songs like “The Excommunication Polka,” “Narcissus,” and “Cult Rap,” as well as such standards as “I Don’t Know How To Love Him,” “Fifty Percent,” “Son of a Preacher Man,” “If He Walked Into My Life,” “Never Met A Man I Didn’t Like,” and outrageous medleys and parodies of favorite Broadway show tunes including Steven’s popular “Mormon Broadway Medley” and his signature song, “Mormon American Princess.”