Who We Are
Bonnie Curtis Projects is an independent dance company based in Sydney, Australia. Our vision is to incorporate dance with film, installation and performance arts to explore darker elements of our human existence and topics that are thought of as taboo in our society. We want to push boundaries and encourage our audiences to question their views. Our works explore the raw emotions, experiences and thoughts that have formed our modern society.
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“Identifying the style of this performance is difficult. It’s a unique and clever combination of dance styles, theatre, satire and comedy. It’s also interactive, provocative and relatable. This is a unique performance characterised by imagery and as eclectic as the styling at a Fitzroy cafe.” Read the rest of Jeni Wilson’s review here https://www.weekendnotes.com/girls-girls-girls-melbourne-fringe/
“In the Girls Girls Girls world, anything goes. If you are brave enough to venture out into Chapel Street universe in Melbourne and find your way to The Space Dance and Arts Centre this weekend, you will be immersed, mesmerised, laughed at and with shock, embarrassed and… you just might get married to boot.” Read the rest of Svetlana […]
“A clever consciousness-raising performance which entertains and challenges the audience from start to finish” – Dance Writer
“Girls Girls Girls is immediately engaging, confronting and entertaining. Unsure what to expect on entering the theatre, the audience is instantly drawn to experience the dark side of what it means to be female in modern-day Australia. Participation in Girls Girls Girls is paramount; from the get-go, the audience is thrust into this darkly satirical […]
You have to catch this fresh & new Dance Company……they are a real… ‘Watch this Space’ performance troupe!Hanna, Brisbane
The audience involvement was a great way to build rapport with the dancers and something fresh and new to me.Jane, Sydney
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS was one of the most unique, fun and entertaining shows we’d had the pleasure of attending.Kiesten McCauley, Weekend Notes Brisbane