Jane Howard

Jane Howard is a Contributing Editor at Kill Your Darlings and a freelance arts journalist and critic with a focus on performance. She is currently writing a book about art and grief, and tweets as @noplain.

Theatre & Performing Arts

Finding the Words: ‘Griefcast’ and grief memoir

Theatre & Performing Arts

The Theatre of the Now

Theatre & Performing Arts

Seeing Through the Tangle

The Culture Files

Figuring Themselves Out

Theatre & Performing Arts

Old Spaces Anew at the Melbourne Festival

Theatre & Performing Arts

Art for Kids, Kids for Art

Theatre & Performing Arts

Sink or swim: On artistic exhaustion

Books & Writing

Practical Magic: On The Cursed Child and published playscripts

Theatre & Performing Arts

Performing Intimacy: Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host

The Culture Files

Art in Limbo

Theatre & Performing Arts

Radical Capability: Endurance and mutation in The Second Woman

Theatre & Performing Arts

The Single Lady and the Showstopper

Theatre & Performing Arts

Beautiful Arrogance: The radical choreographies of Pina Bausch and Atlanta Eke

Theatre & Performing Arts

Cringe Festival: The cost of five-star reviews

Theatre & Performing Arts

Impossible Futures: Tomorrow’s Parties and This is How We Die

Theatre & Performing Arts

A Shining Nightmare: Mortido’s Sydney

Theatre & Performing Arts

Great Aspirations: In the shadow of Patrick White

Theatre & Performing Arts

In praise of watching theatre online

Theatre & Performing Arts

Unbearable Whiteness: Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men

Theatre & Performing Arts

Putting Words In People’s Mouths: Performing the unseen, speaking the unknown

Theatre & Performing Arts

The Impenetrable City: Getting lost at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Theatre & Performing Arts

A Mess of a Brain: A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Theatre & Performing Arts

Local Courage, Global Reach: The National Play Festival

Theatre & Performing Arts

The Beautiful and the Dated: Australian Ballet’s Giselle

Theatre & Performing Arts

Adhocracy: Lifting the curtain on the creative process

Theatre & Performing Arts

This Is a Story of Artistic Excellence

Theatre & Performing Arts

Dark Side of the Rainbow: Belvoir St Theatre’s The Wizard of Oz

Theatre & Performing Arts

A Case for Diversity in Theatre

Theatre & Performing Arts

A Working-Class Mythology: Ironing boards at the theatre

Theatre & Performing Arts

Witness and Connection at Melbourne’s Dance Massive

Theatre & Performing Arts

Creative Space: The secret power of community theatres

Theatre & Performing Arts

Fringe Feminism: Women, comedy and performance art

Theatre & Performing Arts

Stuart Bowden’s Unfamiliar, Universal Worlds

Theatre & Performing Arts

Thinking Outside the Box Seats: The future of Australian opera and musical theatre

Theatre & Performing Arts

The (Sometimes) Beauty of Being Alone at the Theatre

Music

How many women composers? Classical music’s invisible women

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