"ride or die live theatre"
"deftly executed...deeply relatable" - Dallas Art Beat
A woman learns to deal with a new world, and we all learn that to accept and embrace our present circumstances, we’ll have to take it one dance at a time.
Everything Will Be Fine is a socially-distanced outdoor drive-in experience.
Wait, what exactly is this?
1. This is drive-in performance experience. Imagine a drive-in movie, but it’s live!
2. You will remain in your car and the show will take place in the parking area just feet in front of you.
3. Tune to radio station FM 101.3 for instructions and musical accompaniment.
4. Sit back, relax and enjoy this unique, socially-distanced show.
The performance is 50 min.
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What people are saying
"I teared up the whole time from the joy of getting to experience live theatre again..."
"It was VERY compelling story. We loved the dancing, the emotion..."
"Ushering, parking, entering and exiting the lot were VERY well handled... I told several friends about it and some did not react instantly so they were unable to get tickets [because it sold out so fast!]"
Everything Will Be Fine
runs Sep 3 through Sep 27
Texas Wesleyan University Administration Bldg Parking Lot, 1205 Wesleyan St., Fort Worth 76105
Tickets must be purchased in advance, as there is no Box Office on-site.
Director/Producer: Jeff Colangelo
Co-Director/ Director of Choreography: Kwame Lilly
Stage West Technical Director: Bryan Stevenson
Prism Movement Theater Technical Director: Jonah Gutierrez
Lighting Design: Jonah Gutierrez
Sound Design: Jeff Colangelo
Stage Manager: Tiffany Cromwell
Assistant Stage Manager: Hailey Green
Production Swing: Ryan Nuss, Alli Franken
Video Producer: Zoe Kerr / Vena Cava
Graphic Designer: Zoe Kerr
Producers: Bren Rapp and Jeff Colangelo
Special Thanks to Gina Weber, Paul Wingo, Maryam Baig, Rico Kartea, Justin Chatman
Zoe Kerr is a veteran of the Dallas stage, having performed in twenty-seven productions over the past ten years with companies like Dallas Theater Center and Kitchen Dog Theater. Behind the scenes, Zoe has written for Kitchen Dog’s One-Minute Play Festival, studied under Dallas Theater Center’s acclaimed Playwright-in-Residence, Jonathan Norton, and received her BFA in Theater from Southern Methodist University. Coming up, Zoe will produce a cinematic version of her one-woman show Bluebeard, based on the fairytale of the same name, directed by Jeff Colangelo.