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The Louder We Get (Theatre Calgary)
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾
(West End, Menier Chocolate Factory)
The Man of La Mancha (ENO, London Coliseum)
The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)
Ruthless! (West End)
Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory)
She Loves Me (Menier Chocolate Factory)
Mamma Mia! (Municipal Theatre, Cyprus)
The Country Girls (Chichester Festival Theatre)
Spamalot (English Theatre Frankfurt)
The Glass Menagerie (English Theatre Frankfurt)
The Life Of The Party
(TheatreWorks, San Francisco)
The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Waterloo East Theatre)
Tommy: The Rock Opera
(Blackpool Opera House)
Blockbuster (UK Tour)
The Taming of the Shrew
(Guilford Shakespeare Company)
As You Like It (Guildford Shakespeare Company)
Jest End (West End)
Billy Elliot - Tap tutor (West End)
La Cage Aux Folles - Tap Consultant (West End)
Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno
(Haus für Mozart, Salzburg)
Giulio Cesare (Teatro alla Scala)
Die Tote Stadt (Komische Opera Berlin)
The Beggars Opera (Théâtre des Bouffes Du Nord)
Falstaff (Royal Opera House)
The Crown (Series 4)
Fred Claus* (Warner Bros.)
Hannah Montana (Disney Channel)
Pet Shop Boys - Brit Awards; Pandemonium Tour; Electric Tour; Rock in Rio 2018;
Inner Sanctum 2019 (Royal Opera House)*
Duffy - Well Well Well *
Ellie Goulding - Starry Eyed *
Burberry - Shanghai; London Winter campaign; Festive Film 2015*
Associate credits include:
Moulin Rouge! The Musical (Broadway & London); American Psycho (Almeida & Broadway); Funny Girl (Menier, West End & UK Tour); Oh What A Lovely War (Stratford East & UK tour); A Little Night Music (Menier & West End); Little Shop Of Horrors (Menier, West End & UK Tour); As Good as it Gets (National);We Will Rock You (Netherlands); Volpone (RSC); Viva Forever (West End); My Fair Lady (Lyric Opera Chicago, St Petersburg & Théâtre du Châtelet);
Aspects Of Love (Menier Chocolate Factory); Assassins (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Bad Girls The Musical (Playhouse, Leeds).
* as associate choreographer
Throughout, Rebecca Howell’s choreography is invested with detailed, kooky character, cleverly supporting ravishing numbers that really do reveal inner lives in a way that advances the story…
Broadway World (She Loves Me)
Choreography that takes the breath away…
The Independent (Barnum)
Rebecca Howell's choreography shines in this show, especially in the tap dance scenes.
Broadway World (Ruthless!)
Brilliant choreography by Rebecca Howell
WhatsOnStage (Adrian Mole)
…with some stunning and frequently daring choreography, created by Rebecca Howell.
British Theatre Guide (Barnum)
The number showed off Rebecca Howell's clever and inventive staging, which adds quick, frenetic action to a song that could be (and, in other productions, has been) dull and stationary.
Broadway World (Man of La Mancha)
Howell’s use of movement is utterly fascinating: she can conjour to mind the paintings of Otto Dix or Tamara de Lempicka in an instant; the café sequence is a glorious set-piece…
British Theatre (She Loves Me )
The choreography is remarkable.
Seen and Heard International (Die tote Stadt)
…choreographed by Rebecca Howell they are marvellous and astonishing to behold.
The colour, the life, the joy come from both the costumes & the magnificent contemporary, hip hop choreography.
Toute La Culture (The Beggar’s Opera)
...extraordinarily good, as is the witty choreography from Rebecca Howell...It is a joy to watch, fun, fast and furious...
The Times (She Loves Me)
Excellent, vigorous and articulate choreography by Rebecca Howell, informed by martial and combat rituals.
Opera Wire (Giulio Cesare in Egitto)
Give thanks, too, for Rebecca Howell's vibrant choreography…we get impressive flips, tricks and stunts, soaring aerial work, and tight ensemble movement…
Broadway World (Barnum)
Rebecca Howell’s choreography finds real freshness and energy in gestures that somehow bridge the gap between 18th-century court and 21st-century street.
The Spectator (The Beggar’s Opera)
Rebecca Howell’s choreography is perky rather than flashy, which is as it should be. All in all, the show comes up smelling of roses…
Financial Times (She Loves Me)
...full of wonderful dance, movement and aerial work
The Scotsman (The Wizard Of Oz)
Amalia’s solitude is also enhanced by the rapturously feverish tango being danced, to Rebecca Howell’s choreography, by lubricious diners…
The Guardian (She Loves Me)
…while Rebecca Howell's choreography cleverly marries movement and circus skills in what is a very energetic show.
The ArtsDesk (Barnum)