Sheldon Mba is an actor, dancer, choreographer, and director. He received his BA in Theatre and Dance Performance from North Carolina Central University and his MFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi. Mba has trained and worked with Baba Chuck Davis, Kristi V. Johnson, Gaspard Louis, and various faculty members during his summers at the American Dance Festival. While in North Carolina, he was a member of the NCCU Repertory Dance Company and Koffee Dance Company and is an honorary Artistic Board Member of The Harambee Collective. He is a past member of the Wichita-based Regina Klenjoski Dance Company. His choreography has been featured at The National Black Theatre Festival, American Dance Festival, and various projects throughout North Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi and Kansas. As an actor, Mba has performed brilliantly in a wide range of roles such as Citizen Barlow in "Gem of the Ocean," Guy Jacobs in "Blues For An Alabama Sky," Peter in "Jesus Christ Superstar," Laertes in "Hamlet," Little Moe in "Five Guys Named Moe," and Brad in "Rocky Horror." Sheldon received a certificate of merit from The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) for his choreography for "Little Women" and "Catch Me If You Can." In August 2023, he will be directing and choreographing the Wichita debut of "Dreamgirls" with the Crown Arts Collaborative.