Shoba will be featured in concert at 54 Below along with The Great Comet cast on February 19th.
Shoba will be featured in concert at Broadway at the W Times Square on January 29th, 7pm.
Shoba will be making her Broadway Debut in Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 at the Imperial Theater. She is the Natasha (understudy) as well as the violin swing. Book/Music by Dave Malloy. Direction by Rachel Chavkin. She is currently ON every show for the next several weeks. Read the New York Times review of COMET by clicking here!
Shoba will be featured in the upcoming reading of the musical adaptation of Moby Dick at The Public Theater NYC. Book/Music by Dave Malloy. Direction by Rachel Chavkin.
Shoba was featured in the developmental lab of The Prince of Egypt. Music/lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, book by Philip LaZebnik. Directed by Scott Schwartz. Music Direction by Dominick Amendum. Produced by DreamWorks Theatrical.
Shoba was featured in a reading of the new musical Brass Hearts. Book/Lyrics by Jessica Wu.
Shoba played the role of Tiger Lily in the new musical TINK in the New York Musical Festival this summer.
Halal in the Family (webseries) receives a Peabody Award, honoring excellence in digital storytelling and innovation.
Screening of film Growing Up Smith @ NY Indian Film Festival, May 12 2016.
Shoba to appear on red carpet @ NYIFF Opening Night Gala
Shoba wraps supporting role in Netflix film, Coin Heist (dir. Emily Hagins).
Shoba appears in episode of Limitless (CBS).
Cosmopolitan article on Physique 57, features Shoba.
Shoba dances in a Chennai Flood Relief Performance @ the Delaware Lakshmi Temple on December 16, 2015.
Quantico Premiere...September 27 10/9 EST on ABC.
Shoba is a featured soloist in the NAAP 5th Anniversary Gala @ the Skirball Center, NYC...October 5, 2015.
Mistress America (dir. Noah Baumbach) is available on demand and HBO!
Growing Up Smith (star. Jason Lee) premiered @ Seattle International Film Festival
Halal in the Family is streaming on Funny or Die!
Price for Freedom (star. Navid Negahban) premiered @ Hoboken International Film Festival.