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Jeremy D. Goodwin

Contributor/Editor, The ARTery, WBUR

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.

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Huntington Theatre Company Will Stay On Huntington Avenue

June 09, 2016
Huntington Theatre Company will not have to move from its home on the Avenue of the Arts. (Courtesy Boston University)

The Huntington Theatre Company announced Thursday that it will retain control over its longtime home, the BU Theatre.

From Pirates To Pan, ‘Peter And The Starcatcher’ Gets Whimsical At Lyric Stage

May 25, 2016
As the evil pirate Black Stache, Ed Hoopman (on trunk) is surrounded by some of the ensemble. (Courtesy Glenn Perry/Lyric Stage Company of Boston)

The Peter Pan prequel ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ at Lyric Stage offers one delightful moment after another, according to Jeremy D. Goodwin.

A Night Of Shared Celebration At Elliot Norton Awards

May 23, 2016
"Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" was among the big winners at this year's Elliot Norton Awards ceremony on Monday night. (Courtesy Evgenia Eliseeva/American Repertory Theater)

This year’s Elliot Norton Awards spread the love liberally among 14 theater companies at a festive ceremony on Monday night.

From Cancer To The Congo — Eve Ensler Presents Her ‘World’ In A Premiere At The A.R.T.

May 19, 2016
Eve Ensler in the world premiere of her "In the Body of the World" at the ART. (Courtesy Evgenia Eliseeva/ American Repertory Theater)

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.

On Boston Common This July, Another Chance To Go Outside The Box

May 16, 2016
Smash Mouth, seen here performing in 2008, is among the first acts announced for this year's Outside the Box festival. (Matt Sayles/AP)

Outside the Box, the free performing arts festival, will return to Boston Common for five days in July.

Report: Boston Arts Scene Faces Divisions, Opportunities

May 09, 2016
New England Indonesian Festival in September 2015, photographed as part of Boston Creates by designated "photographer-ethnographer" Leonardo March. (Courtesy Leonardo March/Boston Creates)

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.

At ArtsEmerson, ‘Premeditation’ Should Have Thought A Little Longer

May 06, 2016
(L-R) Geoffrey Rivas, Evelina Fernández and Sal Lopez in "Premeditation." (Courtesy Ed Krieger/ArtsEmerson)

The Latino Theater Company’s “Premeditation” at ArtsEmerson offers hijinks with a film noir tinge.

There’s A Big Gender Gap In Key Theater Jobs — Can Boston Change The Story?

April 13, 2016
Olivia D'Ambrosio, producing artistic director of Bridge Repertory Theater. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

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’ Depicts A Life With Alzheimer’s, Without Jerking Tears

April 04, 2016
Adrianne Krstansky in "Blackberry Winter" at New Repertory Theatre. (Courtesy Andrew Brilliant/New Repertory Theatre)

“Blackberry Winter” at New Rep is a sensitively layered production with a standout performance by Adrianne Krstansky, says Jeremy D. Goodwin.

Big Plans, Few Details As Boston Creates Heads Into Stretch Drive

March 29, 2016
Onlookers watch as the ZUMIX drum group of East Boston kicks off the third "town hall" forum in the Boston Creates planning process. (Jeremy D. Goodwin for WBUR)

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.

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