Jeremy Goren is a performer and managing director of Terra Incognita Theater, where he also serves as assistant to Founding Artistic Director Polina Klimovitskaya. He began training with Ms. Klimovitskaya in 2004 and joined Terra Incognita the following year. He assisted Ms. Klimovitskaya in the workshop she taught at the Zero Budget Festival in Wroclaw, Poland, in 2009 and has participated in the development and performance of Terra’s A Taste of Honey (Manhattan Theatre Source, 2006), Pebble-and-Cart Cycle, Parts I-III (Dixon Place in New York – 2008 and 2009 – and the 2009 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC), Speech-less (WAXworks, 2011), and Moving Landscape public-space performance series at Sing for Hope’s Pop-up Pianos in 2011, which he produced, as well. Most recently with Terra, he performed in “I Take Good Care of My Corpse” at The End of Light art exhibition and at the SOAK Festival at CAVE, for which he served as assistant director for “Beckett’s Rockaby”.
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