Who We Are
Bonnie Curtis Projects is an independent dance company based in Sydney, Australia. We create works using a unique blend of dance, theatre, comedy and performance arts to explore darker elements of our human existence.
We tackle tough topics such as social norms and etiquette, sexism, violence against women, body image, media and celebrity, mental health, sexuality and gender, to name a few.
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.
We also want to have fun doing it.
From the Blog
Find out what we have been up to.
This month we’re featuring Girls, Girls, Girls. This darkly satirical work explores the experiences of modern Australian women by parading their deepest, darkest thoughts and insecurities on stage. The performance was one of Concrete Playgrounds’ Ten Shows, Installations and Parties to Get Amongst at NZ Fringe Festival. Girls, Girls, Girls was created by Bonnie Curtis […]
We are closely watching information regarding COVID-19 being released by the NSW and Federal Governments. We will continue to adjust our planning on the basis of official recommendations and instructions. The safety of our performers, staff and guests are our priority. We are following protective measures from the World Health Organisation. We also ask our […]
This month’s company class is a video that was taken during our 2019 NZ Tour of GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS. During our tour, we ran a specially created workshop for Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity Full-Time Dance Students. BCP dancer and resident Kiwi Jessie Rochford-Barber taught this eager and hardworking group of students choreography from […]
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