Bonnie grew up in Corryong, a small town in country Victoria, with a love for nature and the outdoors. As you can imagine, there isn’t much in the way of acting in a town of less than a thousand people. However, she stumbled upon a love of performance in her teen years as a form of self-expression and a way to explore the human psyche.
During her time at ACA, her roles have included: Mary Brenham – Our Country’s Good (dir. Troy Harrison), Nora – A Doll’s House (dir. Frankie Savige), Guildenstern – Hamlet (dir. Anthony Skuse), Clytemnestra – The Iphigenia Quartet (dir. Claudia Barrie), and Betty 1 – Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties (dir. Troy Harrison).
Bonnie has a deep connection to theatre and enjoys performance in many different mediums. When she isn’t acting, she loves hiking, reading with a coffee in hand and spending time with her border collie Maisie. Following her time at ACA, Bonnie hopes to use the skills she has learnt to provide solace for others through storytelling.