Regarding Everything Will Be Fine:"'Told without dialogue and encompassing all of our fears about this ‘new virus,’ it was a heart-wrenching, joyful, frightening, and exhilarating experience.'"
-- Tarra Gaines, "A Spark in the Dark: Chemistry On Stage"
Arts and Culture Texas
"Every aspect of Everything Will Be Fine seems tailor made for this moment, from the catchy TikTok songs to the Covid-based storyline to the connection the pop-up production has made with the community. As the play progressed, I saw neighbors from the area walking their dogs around the park, checking out the situation, and even dancing along."
-- Mannon McCollum, "Review: Everything Will Be Fine"
Cry Havoc Theater Company
"This was perhaps my most cathartic experience of the year. Prism Movement Theater is already known for original work that relies on the body instead of the voice, so it seemed a perfect match when Zoe Kerr wrote a script about unexpected loss that Jeffrey Colangelo and Kwame Lilly then choreographed in an open-air, drive-in setting."
-- Lindsey Wilson, "The 5 memorable Dallas-Fort Worth theater moments of 2020"
"Conceived to function effectively outdoors in a drive-in setting (stay in your car and crank the radio) Everything considers living through a cultural crisis, with no definite end in sight. It opens with two young lovers writing their wedding vows. What follows is a series of events that reflect on the sublime and catastrophic. The painful and resourceful."
-- Christopher Soden, "Prism Movement Theater's weightless, defiant Everything Will Be Fine"
"Playwright Zoe Kerr, co-director Jeffery Colangelo, and co-director/choreographer Kwame Lilly, create such a striking performance with a talented troupe of dancers and technical direction by Jonah Gutierrez because they return to theatre’s rudimentary elements – a place to play, a place to watch, and a story to tell."
-- Adrian Cook, "Prism Movement Theater's Everything Will Be Fine Creates Communal Catharsis During Pandemic."
Dallas Art Beat
"Writer Zoe Kerr’s new work is a spirit-raising baptism into the theater of these After Times. You’ll be glad you found it. And if the message ultimately has more to say about hard-won acceptance than triumph, chances are it will leave you (like me) pumping a fist in exhilaration on the way home."
-- Jan Farrington, "REVIEW: Headlights Up!"