Live theater returned to the Upper Valley with Northern Stage’s Tiny Necessary Theater, a celebration and curation of four theater pieces that give us hope and inspiration towards a better tomorrow. The beautiful It’s Fine, I’m Fine by Stephanie Everett was approved for live performance, making Northern Stage the first regional theater to reopen in America. It’s Fine, I’m Fine will ran live on stage at the Barrette Center for the Arts October 7 – 25, and is now streaming online through November 29.
About It’s Fine, I’m Fine
A one-woman show written and performed by Stephanie Everett and nurtured at Northern Stage, It’s Fine, I’m Fine follows Steph as she comes to grips with a new normal after four career-ending concussions as a varsity soccer player at Dartmouth. Funny, heartbreaking, and human, It’s Fine, I’m Fine advocates for compassion in the face of all of our invisible struggles. This play was a fan favorite in 2018’s New Works Now and won the Best Festival Debut at New York’s United Solo Festival in 2019.
Recommended for ages 12 and up for references to alcohol abuse, eating disorders, self-harm, suicide, sexuality, and drug use.
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"ENGAGING and FUNNY...INHERENTLY INTIMATE!"
"On its surface, this is a play about one young woman's struggle with concussions and its ramifications. But at a deeper level, it's a play with room for all of us who have struggled to find meaning, direction, love."
How to Stream
- Secure your ticket: For members, you must contact the box office to receive a ticket link. For single ticket buyers, click here to purchase a ticket.
- Once your ticket has been secured, you will receive a confirmation in your email. The subject line should be “Northern Stage Order Confirmation” if you purchased single tickets or “Northern Stage Ensemble Membership Order Confirmation” if you are an Ensemble Member.
- In your confirmation email, scroll down to the Order Detail section and click the blue button that says “VIRTUAL Tiny Necessary Theater – IT’S FINE, I’M FINE – STREAM ON DEMAND 10/22-11/29.”
- When you click the button, a new page will open with your access code automatically filled in. Select the “I agree to the terms of service” box, and then click “START WATCHING.”
- You can watch It’s Fine, I’m Fine anytime between now and 11:59 PM on November 29. Enjoy!
Virtual Tickets: $15
Ensemble Member Tickets: With a tax-deductible donation of $150 per person, our new Ensemble Membership replaces our regular Northern Stage subscription and will provide one complimentary ticket to each of our professional productions through May 31, 2021. Your support through the Ensemble Membership will help us chart a path to success in the year ahead and truly makes a difference to our trajectory. Click here for more information.
The Girl: Stephanie Everett
Director: Carol Dunne
Choreographer: Beatrice Capote
Line Producer/Production Stage Manager: Brian R. Sekinger
Film Designer/Editor: Alek Deva
Lighting Designer: Jennifer Reiser
Sound Design: Jane Shaw
Costume Designer: Celeste Jennings
Scenic Consultant: James Roeder
Assistant Director: Jelinda Metelus
Assistant Sound Designer: Will Maresco
Assistant Stage Manager: Narissa Agustin
Dialect Coach: Thom Miller
Free It’s Fine, I’m Fine Events
Post-Show Artist Talkback
Friday, October 23, 9:00 PM
Enjoy a conversation with It’s Fine, I’m Fine playwright and performer Stephanie Everett. Find out how Stephanie took her play from an idea to New Works Now to Tiny Necessary Theater. To receive the link to this virtual event, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to watch the show before attending, but we hope all will join us for this conversation with the artists.
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Spot On: It’s Fine, I’m Fine
Sunday, October 25, 4:00 PM
Join Stephanie Everett and a panelist of health experts to engage in an important dialogue about mental health and suicide prevention. To receive the link to this virtual event, please register by emailing email@example.com.
Click HERE to view.