Adjunct Assistant Professor of Dance
Bonnie Homsey’s career includes dancer, artistic director, producer, educator, curator, author, lecturer, arts funder, and panelist. With the Martha Graham Company, she performed on Broadway, toured domestically and internationally, originated roles in dances with Rudolph Nureyev and Dame Margot Fonteyn, and was featured in ‘Dance in America’ and ‘Life from Wolftrap.’ She founded Los Angeles Dance Foundation in 1978 to cultivate awareness of dance legacies and to strengthen capacity-building of our professionals. She curated American Repertory Dance Company’s reconstructions of 40+ masterworks, and is honored that the “Legendary California Choreographers” concert footage is acquired by USC Digital Library. For twenty years, she served as Chair of Dance and Arts Advisory Board member for The Princess Grace Foundation-USA. In 2020, she was confirmed to serve on The Actors Fund Western Council.