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.
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Bonnie will be teaching a free dance workshop at the Rhythm of Life Festival, Retford Park in March. Bonnie’s workshop will run on Saturday, March 9. About the Workshop Have you ever wanted to dance in the tranquil and beautiful settings of nature? Join award-winning choreographer Bonnie Curtis for a dance workshop set in […]
“It’s not every day the audience watches beautifully choreographed work and then is subjected to a verbal assault on the ears” – Dancer Steph Wyburn talks about GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS has been a whirlwind, to say the least. We have laughed until tears run down our faces through the hilarity of ‘Boobzilla’. We have experienced the deafening silence of ‘Fitzpleasure’, a piece about the pressures on women and childbirth. Looking back to our early days of messing around in dance studios, I would […]
We are running a contemporary dance workshop at the New Zealand School of Dance, Wellington in March! Join award-winning choreographer Bonnie Curtis (AU) and company dancers and gain an insight into the creative process behind Bonnie’s award-winning dance work GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS. You will discover how spoken text, everyday movement and musical structures are intertwined […]
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