Bonnie Sludikoff

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Bonnie’s first love is theater, and her current mission is to mix arts and activism. She has been involved in musical theater for the past 30 years. Some favorite past opportunities have included— 6 years as a professional A Capella caroler at Disneyland, and performing her solo cabaret show “Bonnie Sludikoff: In My Own Words.” Bonnie is a founding member of indie improv team “99 Problems, But a Pitch Ain’t One.” She has previously written and starred in two solo shows- “That’s What She Didn’t Say” and “Backwards: A Comedy About Trauma.” After a sold-out fringe run, TWSDS was invited to perform at United Solo in NYC as well as local festivals SoloFest (at the Loft), Hollywood Stag (at the Lounge), and IOWest’s Funny Women Festival!

Backwards: A Comedy About Trauma, premiered in the 2016 Outdoor Voices Festival, and was later invited for an encore performance at Chromolume Theatre in Los Angeles.

Bonnie is super excited to be working on 3 shows in this Fringe Festival! She will premiere a new solo show- "The Magic Schoolbus: A Traumedy, sing hilarious parodies in “Slightly-Off Broadway”, and produce “The Physicists.” Who needs sleep?

Theatre credits include Songs For a New World (Chromolume Theatre), The west coast premiere’s of Next Thing You Know (Chromolume Theatre), Dreamland (NoHo Arts Center), Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Grease, The Full Monty, Sing Me a Happy Song, A Chorus Line, and dozens of other fun shows!

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