Bonnie Story

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Bonnie Story (Born March 19) is an American choreographer best known for her work in High School Musical, High School Musical 2 and High School Musical 3.

Career[edit]

Story has choreographed many pieces for the widely renowned Odyssey Dance Theater but this year, due to much success from the third installment of High School Musical, she had to give Odyssey 2 a break. Currently, she runs various dance programs at the Treehouse Athletic Club in Draper, Utah. In 2012, Story choreographed international dance scenes for Loving the Silent Tears, a Broadway-style musical, based on Supreme Master Ching Hai's poetry collection, Silent Tears.[1][2]

Personal life[edit]

Story has 5 children: Bayli, Kelli, Zach, Tobin and Easton Baker. Kelli Baker was a contestant on So You Think You Can Dance (Season 4). She auditioned in Salt Lake City, USA and she continued in Las Vegas, Nevada. However, she was eliminated just before the Top 20 were selected.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Pixel Perfect Choreographer Disney Channel Original Movie
2006 High School Musical Choreographer Disney Channel Original Movie
2007 American Pastime Choreographer
HSM2: Rehearsal Cam Herself/Choreographer Video Documentary Short
HSM2: Anatomy of a Dance Number Herself/Choreographer Video Documentary Short
High School Musical 2 Choreographer Disney Channel Original Movie
2008 The American Mall Choreographer TV Movie
High School Musical 3: Senior Year Choreographer
Lock and Roll Forever Choreographer
2008-2014 So You Think You Can Dance Herself/Choreographer 4 episodes
2009 HSM3: Prom-The Night of Nights Herself Video Documentary Short
2013 The Man Behind The Throne Herself Documentary
Dear Dumb Diary Assistant Choreographer
2013-2015 Rachel & The TreeSchoolers Choreographer/Director 7 episodes
2014 Signing Time! Christmas Choreographer
2016 Saturday's Warrior Choreographer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loving the Silent Tears in L.A., Broadwayworld.com; accessed April 19, 2016.
  2. ^ Loving the Silent Tears website, Silenttearsmusical.com; accessed April 19, 2016.

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