Rhonda Roberts is an accomplished performer, instructor and adjudicator of dance who has appeared in productions across North America and Europe.
She was awarded a full scholarship and later the triple threat award from Toronto’s Randolph Academy.
Rhonda has performed in many stage productions. Most notably the Broadway show Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, toured with the U.S. National company of the Tony® Award-winning musical Ragtime, played the role as Shenzi in the Tony Award- winning show Disney’s The Lion King at Toronto’s Princess of Wales Theatre and taken roles at the prestigious Stratford Festival.
On screen Ms. Roberts has appeared in the Academy Award®- winning film Chicago and Hairspray.
She’s been teaching across Ontario for nearly 30 years including the University of Toronto, and adjudicating dance in Canada and the USA for nearly 20.
In 2012, Rhonda opened her own studio, The Art of Balance (TAB) to combine the worlds of dance, fitness and mind–body practices.
In 2016, Rhonda was named a finalist in CanFitPro’s Fitness Professionals of the Year.
More recently, Rhonda has become a Board member for Healthy Dancer Canada, and the chair of The BIPOC Advocacy Working Group.
Ms. Roberts also holds a degree in Sociology from McMaster University, and a musical theatre diploma from Randolph Academy.