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A Raisin in the Sun    Directed by: Eric Ruffin  |  Lyric Repertory Company


"Hunter shows Walter Lee’s frustration and growing discontent and demoralization so well, it hurts."
- Craig Mustoe and Jennifer Mustoe, Front Row Reviewers
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keith Hunter is riveting as Walter Lee Younger..."
- Charlie Schill, Utah Public Radio
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter’s performance is breathtaking as he explores Walter’s vision of the American dream and what it means to be a proud black man."
- Heather Hurd, Utah Theatre Bloggers Association
FULL REVIEW HERE

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Clybourne Park    Directed by: Adrianne Moore  |  Lyric Repertory Company


"Jeremy Keith Hunter’s relaxed and powerful stage presence draws the audience’s attention from the moment he steps on stage."
- Chelsea Mortensen, Front Row Reviewers
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...watch out for Jeremy Keith Hunter; he can steal scenes even when he doesn’t have any lines to speak."
- Charlie Schill, Utah Public Radio
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keith Hunter... played two parts so completely different that it would have almost been more believable to assume it was two different men playing the characters."
- Maren Scriven, Utah Theatre Bloggers Association
FULL REVIEW HERE

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Les Deux Noirs    Directed by: Raymond O. Caldwell  |  Mosaic Theatre Company


"Hunter may seem to steal scenes as the relentlessly performative Baldwin, practically singing his vowels and making dramatic faces..."
- Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...Hunter and Johnson deliver with wit, depth, and humor."
- Michele Simms-Burton, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...Hunter floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee as Baldwin."
- Debbie Minter Jackson, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Les Deux Noirs" is still a winner thanks to the performances by James J. Johnson as the self-satisfied Wright, and especially Jeremy Hunter as the cutting and flamboyant Baldwin. Both are fully up to the erudite and crackling text."
- Roger Catlin, BroadwayWorld.com
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Topdog/Underdog    Directed by: Demone Seraphin  |  WSC Avant Bard


"Two actors... have located the humor, liveliness and intensity in Suzan-Lori Parks’s mythically resonant two-hander."
- Celia Wren, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...two of the best performances I've seen all year..."
- Benjamin Tomchik, BroadwayWorld.com
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Actors Davis and Hunter provide layer upon layer of singular energy and in-your-face commotion that vibrates against each other."
- David Siegel, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keith Hunter jumped in at the last minute as Lincoln delivering a masterful portrayal like he was made for the role."
- Debbie Minter Jackson, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"As Lincoln, Jeremy Keith Hunter makes being the responsible but so torn older brother look easy."
- Mary Ann Johnson, MD Theatre Guide
FULL REVIEW HERE

"The acting is astonishing. Both Louis E. Davis (Booth) and Jeremy Keith Hunter (Lincoln), who reminds this reviewer of a young Sidney Poitier, turn out some of the most tremendous performances I have ever seen in a two-hander."
- Jordan Wright, Whisk and Quill
FULL REVIEW HERE
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The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek    Directed by: Thomas Jones II  |  MetroStage


"Hunter is equally arresting as the thoughtful, resolute Jonathan, whose account of a childhood crisis becomes almost dance-like in its animation."
- Celia Wren, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hasty has been replaced by the wondrous Jeremy Keith Hunter, who insists that Elmarie address him by his real name, Jonathan Sejake."
- E.A. Aymar, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...Jonathan Sejake played by the remarkable Jeremy Keith Hunter is a feast to be cherished."
- Debbie Minter Jackson, DC Theater Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"And, in an unforgettable portrayal of Bokkie’s adult self, Jeremy Keith Hunter (Jonathan Sejake), passionately conveys the reality of his experience as a black man in South Africa to a defiant and bewildered Elmarie."
- Jeannette Mulherin, MD Theatre Guide
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter is a powerful and compelling force. The scenes between Hunter and Penning are gripping and surprising."
- Pamela Roberts, BroadwayWorld.com
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Hooded or Being Black for Dummies (remount)    Directed by: Serge Seiden  |  Mosaic Theatre Company


"The script’s huge strength is the minute-by-minute surprise of ­Chisholm’s dialogue, acted with magnificent chemistry by Keith L. Royal Smith as Marquis and Jeremy Keith Hunter as Tru. ... Smith and Hunter argue with complexity, clarity and the tight familiarity of siblings..."
- Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter and Smith, as Tru and Marquis, own their parts and the dialogue between the two flows perfectly."
- Kendall Mostafavi, DC Metro Theatre Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"The magnetic talent Jeremy Keith Hunter, as Tru, strategically presents cocksure, meek, and authoritative faces in order to get what he wants."
- Kate Colwell, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE
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The Farnsworth Invention    Directed by: Alex Levy  |  1st Stage


"1st Stage did not waste casting on the two leads, since the rest of the company is filled with some of the DMV's best players... ... The ensemble plays an estimated 70-plus roles and each one has their moment to connect to the central figures."
- Jeffrey Walker, BroadwayWorld.com
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Rabbit Summer    Directed by: Kenyatta Rogers  |  Ally Theatre Company


"Jeremy Keith Hunter plays Wilson as the do-gooder determined to do the right thing in all kinds of circumstances."
- Debbie Minter Jackson DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"The formidable cast features performances by Michelle Rogers (Ruby Faison), Jeremy Keith Hunter (Wilson Faison) and Tamieka Chavis (Claire Cooper)."
- Cecilia Mencia DC Metro Theatre Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Hooded or Being Black for Dummies    Directed by: Serge Seiden  |  Mosaic Theatre Company


"...effortlessly entertaining and commanding Jeremy Keith Hunter..."
- Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keither Hunter as Tru and Keith L. Royal Smith as Marquis have got it all. Humor. Swagger. Depth. And, even, at just the right moments, tenderness that conveys love and sadness."
- Kelly McCorkendale, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter was remarkable in his articulation of dialogue and characterization of Tru. Royal Smith did an impressive job convincing the audience of Marquis’ confused, then curious state of mind about his identity. Together, their acting really drove home Chisholm’s layering of feelings, thoughts and questions about whether there is a right way to identify oneself and why."
- Katie Gaab, MD Theatre Guide
FULL REVIEW HERE

"The engine that keeps the show humming along, however, is Jeremy Keith Hunter as Tru. Fine in a relatively smaller role in Mosaic’s recent production of Milk Like Sugar, Hunter is dazzlingly fun to watch here as the fast-on-his-feet and fairly wise Tru, especially delivering the tenets of Tru’s guidebook “Being Black for Dummies,” the primer he writes to educate sheltered Marquis."
- André Hereford, MetroWeekly
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"Jeremy Keith Hunter, meanwhile, gives a stand-out performance as Tru, a young man of talent, whose other life-had his circumstances at home been different-is clearly visible under the surface of slang and braggadocio."
- Andrew White, Broadwayworld.com
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keith Hunter nails Tru’s swagger and street smarts with charismatic grit."
- John Stoltenberg, DC Metro Theatre Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Arabian Nights    Directed by: Allison Arkell Stockman  |  Constellation Theatre Company


"The other ensemble members include Surasree Das as a playfully deceptive Dunyazade, Jeremy Keith Hunter as an eager to rise Pastrycook, Matthew Aldwin McGee as a delightful “I don’t want a wife” Jester, and Dallas Milholland as an incredibly horny Jester’s Wife."
- Robert Michael Oliver, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Passing: A Stage Play    Directed by: Andrew Watring  |  Kukui Kikuyu Productions


"...the smooth and handsome Jeremy Keith Hunter..."
- Steven McKnight, DC Theater Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Milk Like Sugar    Directed by: Jennifer Nelson  |  Mosaic Theatre Company


"...And then there’s Jeremy Keith Hunter as Antwoine who brings a centered no nonsense presence to the gabby prancing trio as tattoo artist in training. Antwoine finds his own solace in his artwork in creating worlds of beauty on body parts while still practicing on oranges."
- Debbie Minter Jackson, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"As the tattooist who would rather be an artist—he is described as “the Picasso of tattoo” — 'Jeremy Keith Hunter delivers a performance that is almost sweet in his willingness to accede to others’ demands'."
- Ravelle Brickman, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"He is the voice of wisdom and is a wildly talented artist. Hunter’s performance was one of humor and fortitude."
- Elle Marie Sullivan, MD Theatre Guide
FULL REVIEW HERE

"...they meet a 23-year-old tattoo artist named Antwoine (an affectingly gentle Jeremy Keith Hunter), who has both a talent for art and a big heart."
- John Stoltenberg, DC Metro Theater Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE
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When January Feels Like Summer    Directed by: Serge Seiden  |  Mosaic Theatre Company


"Jeremy Keith Hunter has secured himself a “carpe diem” role, and believe me, he is seizing the comic day. As Devaun, the risibly unschooled but surprisingly compassionate ladies’ man of Cori Thomas’s “When January Feels Like Summer,” Hunter is getting the kind of muscle-stretching showcase for which some actors wait half a lifetime..."
- Peter Marks, The Washington Post
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter shines as Devaun, the young man with more value than even he knows he has. He disappears so totally and completely in to the character, it is as if Thomas wrote the role specifically for him. It is a magnificent performance..."
- David Gerson, DC Metro Theatre Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Devaun, who boasts cocksurely of his experience, is played by Jeremy Keith Hunter with delightfully antic swagger. His is a larger-than-life comic performance that keeps getting more impressive as the play goes on..."
- John Stoltenberg, DC Metro Theatre Arts
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Serge Seiden’s season-capping production for Mosaic Theater Company of DC rises above the wobbly material with warm, committed performances from the entire cast, but particularly from Jeremy Keith Hunter and Vaughn Ryan Midder...
Hunter’s delivery makes it impossible not to laugh at lines like this. Devaun says “predictor” when he means “predator” and “serial” when he means “serious”; he also believes in a direct, immediate cause-and-effect relationship between the volatile Manhattan weather patterns he and the other characters keep prattling on about and people who don’t sort their recyclables..."
- Chris Klimek, Washington City Paper
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Jeremy Keith Hunter and Vaugh Ryder Midder earn the most laughs as the hysterical, mutually deprecating pair of pals, Devaun and Jeron, who swap wild work stories, trade jabs at one another’s ineptitudes, and conspire to save the neighborhood from creeps and wacky weather..."
- Derek Schwabe, MD Theatre Guide
FULL REVIEW HERE
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Different Damaged Damned    Directed by: Nate Shelton  |  Orange Moon Players
"Hunter is a particularly strong actor, blending a brusque affection for his son and complicated guilt for his failure to be a presence in his son’s life..."
- Jeanette Quick, DC Theatre Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE

"Hunter holds the lion share of the show as Ralph, with speech after speech at Salieri level verbosity. Never once does Hunter come across as trite or uninteresting. With a light touch, he manages to fill up the space with his presence, and each word out of his mouth is heartfelt and sincere..."
- Jon Jon Johnson, DC Theater Scene
FULL REVIEW HERE
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current projects.

A Raisin in the Sun
Clybourne Park
The Great Society

Lyric Repertory Company
May 11 - August 4, 2019