Lo these many years ago, Bonnie was dancing away, in Boston's very own Snappy Dance Theater. She traveled the country, creating and performing lovely pieces such as... Pants (where she played both parts of a dancing-lesson duet)... Spring Collection (where she was hung from her friend Sean Kilbridge's shoulders, counterbalanced by the lovely Bess Whitesel)... Mirabile Dictu (with company founder Martha Mason) and many, many others.
One day, a lanky Tufts student named Tim Gallagher joined the company.
The two clicked right away, onstage and off. Before long, they were studying partner acrobatics on their own, up in Brattleboro, Vermont, bringing new moves and ideas back to the Snappy fold. For the opening of Lumen, for example [pic below]...I (Secret Agent Informant Dan) really can not do justice to that one with words. If you saw it, you know what I'm talking about. If you didn't, I'll just say that it was *awe* *some*.
Snappy was a great run -- they performed all over the country, traveled to Japan, Russia, Bermuda, and the south of France.
After their Snappy time drew to a close, the two decided that they wanted to keep working together.
And so They Gotta Be Secret Agents was born...
Secret Agent Informant Dan