Meet ‘Last Night of Ballyhoo’ actor Bonnie Knapp
Lab Theater audiences will remember Bonnie from her one-woman show I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers, where (ironically) she played a German Jew immigrant who learned English via a movie theater in Utica, New York before going on to become one of Hollywood’s most powerful talent agents. Other recent roles include Aiofe in Outside Mulliganar, Isabella in A Sleeping Country, Dottie/Mrs. Clackett in Noises Off, Margie in Good People, Matilde in The Clean House and Miss Fischer in A Picasso with the Naples Players. She also played Anne Ripley Smith in the Broadway Palm Theatre production of Bill W & Dr. Bob, as well as various other roles with the Sugden Community Theatre, TheatreZone and the Marco Players, where she has also directed.
Bonnie says that acting is her passion and a talent for which she is ever grateful. It shows.
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