Bonnie Kim has been a dance artist for more than 30 years, and is a multiple Dora Award nominee for choreography and performance. Bonnie was named one of “Toronto’s top five dancers” by Eye Weekly magazine. Bonnie’s upcoming and recent projects include a performer in Older & Reckless 20 Over 50, Peter Chin’s Trillionth I, and Hanna Kiel’s Again, a screenwriter/performer in Kiel’s What Happened to Lee?, a co-choreographer for Corpus’s Divine Interventions, and an outside eye for Nova Bhattacharya’s Svāhā. Highly regarded as a teacher, mentor and outside eye, Bonnie was Rehearsal and later Associate Director of Dancemakers for nine years. She directed a cast of hundreds for Sylvain Émard’s Le Grand Continental, produced by Luminato. She trained at Claude Watson School for the Arts and the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, and performed with many of Canada’s most respected artists and companies, including Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers, Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault and Claudia Moore. Bonnie’s writing has been published in the Dance Current, Eye Weekly, Toronto Star, Toronto Life, and the Fall for Dance North magazine.