Raz first meets Bonita in her dressing room in Gloria's Theater, weeping softly. When spoken to, however, Bonita begins speaking in a manly voice, while the weeping goes on in the background (which is a recording used to help the actress focus). Raz must somehow convince her to appear in the play and fix Gloria's mental instabilities, but a mysterious Phantom is sabatoging the show and even worse, in Bonita's opinion, a cruel critic named Jasper Rolls barely lets the play begin before berating it. When Raz asks Bonita if she's scared of the Phantom, she says that it's not the Phantom she's intimidated by, but Jasper who clings to the theater like a parasite. Bonita explains that Jasper has always been around, but he wasn't always big and loud -- until Gloria received the news of her mother's suicide.
Once Jasper (and thus the Phantom) have been terminated, Bonita can finally perform, and shines brighter than ever before.
If Raz returns to the theatre after Gloria has been cured, he learns from Becky that Bonita is on tour, and so is not around anymore.
Bonita is a beautiful woman who shines with light. She has gold eyes, dark eyelashes and wears a golden cloak around her head. Despite her womanly appearance, she actually has a very deep manly voice. When she removes her cloak, she has long, blindingly bright hair that fans out in all directions like a sun.
- As Gloria does not appear in her own mind, Bonita takes her place.
- Using Clairvoyance on her will get you the same result as with Gloria: a picture of the young Gloria with a pen near the corner, ready to autograph (so, a potential fan).
- She is voiced by Stephen Stanton, who also voiced Sasha Nein.
- 'Bonita' is a Spanish word that means pretty or beautiful and 'Soleil' is French for sun.