Jeremy D. Goodwin
Jeremy D. Goodwin contributes regularly to The Boston Globe, The ARTery (where he is also an editor) and many other publications. He is a member of the Boston Theater Critics Association.
The Huntington Theatre Company announced Thursday that it will retain control over its longtime home, the BU Theatre.
The Peter Pan prequel ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ at Lyric Stage offers one delightful moment after another, according to Jeremy D. Goodwin.
This year’s Elliot Norton Awards spread the love liberally among 14 theater companies at a festive ceremony on Monday night.
In a world premiere at the A.R.T., famed activist and theater artist Eve Ensler dramatizes her memoir about surviving cancer and finding a broader connection to the world.
Outside the Box, the free performing arts festival, will return to Boston Common for five days in July.
Nearly a year in the making, Boston Creates’ draft report seeks to set the stage for the future of the city’s arts and culture sector.
The Latino Theater Company’s “Premeditation” at ArtsEmerson offers hijinks with a film noir tinge.
Women face an uphill battle when aspiring to leadership positions in theater, a reality that’s reflected in the Boston scene. But there are signs this could be changing.
“Blackberry Winter” at New Rep is a sensitively layered production with a standout performance by Adrianne Krstansky, says Jeremy D. Goodwin.
Five broad goals announced Monday night set the stage for the June unveiling of a 10-year master plan that will encompassing the spectrum of arts and culture in Boston.