Jeremy Goren is a performer, director, and creator of devised performance. He also trains actors and works with youth. He has performed in, directed, and produced performances of dozens of original and published works and created and directed the immersive performances You Will Make A Difference (“Avant-garde yet deeply felt” - Flavorpill), Wistaria (5 stars - “Best of the Capital Fringe” - D.C. Metro Theater Arts), Sonnet Remix (with sound artist Teerapat Parnmongkol), and, with Wistaria Project, Mosh-Pit Daisies, which premiered at WP's Feast Your Famine: a watch-and-play, a five-day performance/festival of art and activism also created by Wistaria Project. In 2022 Jeremy joined AnomalousCo as a Co-Artistic Director, contributing to the creation and presentation of "epic theatre/dramatic cabaret" (beyond) Doomsday Scrolling, a devised work in reaction to Russia's invasion of Ukraine that spotlights women, war, displacement, and resistance and raises funds for refugees from Ukraine and at the US-Mexico border.
He received residencies from NACL, LEIMAY-CAVE (four times), The Center at West Park, and AliveWire Theatrics and was a Master Artist for the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Jeremy spent eleven years with Terra Incognita Theatre as performer, managing director, and apprentice to Artistic Director Polina Klimovitskaya. In 2015 he earned a M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College.
From 2016-2021 Jeremy ran programs for The Brooklyn College Community Partnership’s Project P.E.A.C.E., an after-school program in arts and academics with a bent for social justice, for young people attending BK public high schools. With the NYC Seed Group -- a collaborative endeavor in song and community in conjunction with the Open Program of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards -- he was a resident artist from 2014 to 2020 at West-Park Presbyterian Church, now The Center at West Park.