EYE MAGAZINE
by Rebecca Todd
Pulled together by intelligence and humour... (Goodwin's work) confounds expectations about what modern dance is.

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
by Paula Citron
"Her choreographic penchant seems to be the expression of real-life concerns, and thus, her use of pedestrian physicality and commonplace gestures is the perfect vehicle to convey her message....(with) both pathos and humour."

"the provocative solo Liar, inspired by the life and work of American concept artist Jenny Holzer and beautifully performed by Goodwin herself... Goodwin's Liar is a glimpse of an all-too human woman and the defence mechanisms she has put in place in order to cope."

THE NATIONAL POST
"The latest offering by Toronto choreographer and dancer Jenn Goodwin stretches the conventions of dance to demonstrate that the culture of the city place on the human spirit" STINK forces the dancers to push boundaries and explore the contradictions of balance and movement in an environment that echoes them."

GLOBE AND MAIL
Goodwin's choreography is high energy, with the trio throwing their bodies with gusto into each new segue. (SPIT)

THE TORONTO STAR
Dance Audiences who tuned into Channel 3 over the weekend would have been pleased with the clear picture. The show featured choreograph and dancing of three strong independent dancers, Heidi Strauss, Jenn Goodwin and Justine Chambers.

LE DEVOIR (MONTREAL)
Jenn Goodwin a de la verve de l'humour et de l'intelligence, dans le franc-parler de ses textes qu'elle declame avec l'aisance d'une commedienne, comme dans souplesse de sa danse. (LIAR)

THE HOUR (MONTREAL)
Goodwin isn't just using titillating notions to draw a crowd, but instead is a new talent to watch.

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