Project Description

Ian Bond (Intimacy Director)

Ian Bond is a Seattle based fight and intimacy director, actor, and educator. His fight and intimacy direction has been seen at the 5th Avenue Theatre (Beauty and the Beast), University of Washington (Monstrosity), Washington Ensemble (Feathers and Teeth, Is God Is), Taproot Theatre (See How They Run), The Shattered Glass Project (Ghosts: An Original Festival of One Act Plays), Book-It Repertory (Behold the Dreamers), Seattle Shakespeare (Comedy of Errors), and now, ACT Theatre. He has performed locally with Sound Theatre Company (Holiday of Errors), Seattle Children’s Theatre (The Diary of Anne Frank), Seattle Public Theatre (Bad Jews), Taproot Theatre (Jeeves Intervenes, Diana of Dobson’s), Seattle Shakespeare Company (Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida), Book-It Repertory Theatre (American Junkie, Jane Eyre, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Treasure Island, Frankenstein), Washington Ensemble Theatre (Teh Internet is Serious Business, The Things Are Against Us), The Horse in Motion (Hamlet), and ACT (A Christmas Carol). Ian is also a co-founder of PNW Theatrical Intimacy, a motion capture artist who recently worked on the hit game Ghost of Tsushima, and a professional Game Master specializing in Dungeons & Dragons.