Sheila Rohan is a founding member of the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Sheila toured extensively in the United States, the Caribbean and Europe, performing as soloist in several works in the repertoire, including “Dougla”,” Biofera”, “Tones” and Rhythmetron”. Sheila performed with dance companies, both ballet and modern. She was soloist and Ballet Mistress with the Nanette Bearden Contemporary Dance Theatre and toured China and Korea with the Myung Sook Chun Dance Company, a modern dance troupe. Sheila also danced the role of Rosa Parks in Gordon Parks’s television movie, Martin….the Ballet, and performed in the 1991 production of “Porgy and Bess,” choreographed by Carmen De Lavallade, at the Metropolitan Opera House. Sheila is a choreographer and ballet teacher. She was an assistant to renowned choreographers Louis Johnson, John Jones, Talley Beatty, Walter Nicks and Walter Rutledge and choreographed pieces of her own for schools, theater groups and cultural organizations. Sheila is currently on the Board of Directors of the Romare Bearden Foundation, a Founding Member of Clark Center NYC, and a performer with 5 Plus Ensemble, a theater group for dancers over 50.