Bonnie Story
EMMY AWARD Winning choreographer Bonnie Story is one of the country’s most in demand dance makers, whose work has repeatedly been featured on the hit FOX dance show "So You Think You Can Dance". She was a choreographer on all three of Disney Channel's smash hit “High School Musical” films, directed by Kenny Ortega, which won her the prestigious EMMY award and another nomination, to add to her list of accomplishments. Bonnie served as co-choreographer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and has choreographed the films “American Mall” (MTV Films), “Rock N Roll Forever”, “Dear Dumb Diary”, “America's Greatest Pastime”, the Disney film “Virtual Perfection” and the soon to be released "Saturday's Warrior". Television credits as a choreographer include “Touched by an Angel “, “Suite Life of Zack and Cody”, and numerous Disney Channel segments featuring Ashley Tisdale, Miley Cyrus, and the Muppet's. Bonnie has choreographed commercials for the Ohio zoo, Miche Bags, Zion's Bank and most recently Courtyard Marriott, for which she won the 2015 World Choreography Award for “Best Choreography in a Commercial”. She has choreographed and staged numbers for huge live event spectacles including the popular Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl and Liberty Bowl half time shows, for Redken International and for the past 3 years for NU SKIN International. She was one of the choreographers for the Cirque du Soliel show inspired by the music of Elvis Presley, called Viva Elvis and a new Los Angeles celebrity musical event called "Loving the Silent Tears". Bonnie has enjoyed choreographing music videos for artists such as Alex Boye, Lucas Grabeel, Lindsey Stirling and the Japanese boy band "News".