Steven Fales

Steven Fales and I have been talking forever about chatting on the podcast, and we finally got around to it this week. A well established playwright and solo performer, I met Steven when I was just on the verge of summoning the courage to start creating my own solo work. Discovering his successful Mormon Boy Trilogy and passion for creating and performing was a real point of inspiration for me. I was so pleased to talk with him here about his work, his process of creating it, and the joys and challenges of being a solo artist. I hope you enjoy our conversation!

Music:
Joy – Howard Jones
There Is No Way – Uniform Motion
Melancholy Fate – Eve Beglarian

Buy Steven’s Confessions of a Mormon Boy (live from London).
Follow Steven on Twitter and Instagram.
Solo Performance Alliance on Facebook.

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2 thoughts on “MikeyPod 223 | Playwright and Performer Steven Fales

  1. Shawn

    I’ve tried doing Morning Pages and other daily exercises but I always fall off after a couple weeks. It just starts to feel more like a chore than a positive creative/spiritual endeavor. I hope you have better luck with whatever daily practice you attempt!

    1. Michael
      Michael

      I was religious about my morning pages when I first did The Artist’s Way, but I have never gotten back to doing that. I dream of a daily routine where I create for a set amount of time each day….. like actual work. I hear you about it becoming a chore, I wanna find *something* though!

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