Over the last 25 years, Sharon has given hundreds of performances throughout India and the United States, Canada, Mexico, England, Kuwait, Dubai, South Africa, Malaysia, Singapore, and Bangladesh. She has choreographed and performed Odissi dance in Telegu, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, as well as Sanskrit and Oriya for performances and festivals around the country and for Doordarshan. Her six-week Festival of India-U.S.A. tour in 1985 accompanied by Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra culminated in their performance together at the New York Metropolitan Museum. 

Performances across India include:  

The H.C.L. Series at Habitat Centre, New Delhi * Sangeet Natak Akademi Odissi Festival in Bhubaneswar *  Sankat Mochan Hanuman Jayanti Festival, Varanasi, Kottakal, Kerala *  Temple Festival, Chidambaram * Konarak Festival, Orissa *  Balamurali Krishna Trust, Madras *  Nishagandhi Palace Festival, Trivandrum *  Swatch Ganga Festival, Tulsi Ghat by Sankat Morchan Foundation and Ministry of Environment *  Soorya Festival, Trivandrum *  Simla Festival, Lucknow * Tansen-Tyagaraja Festival, Kerala Kalamandalam *  Diamond Jubilee Festival, Chaitra Parva Festival, Seraikella, Bihar *  Three Traditions Dance Festival, Chandigarh Rock Garden *  Trade Fair Authority of India, New Delhi *  Ardha Khumb, Allahabad *  Brihadeshwari Temple, Thanjavur *  Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal *  Nehru Centre, Bombay *  Raj Bhavan, Jaipur *  Krishna Gana Sabha, Madras *  Kala Mandir, Calcutta *  Santineketan, West Bengal *  and Jawarhalal Nehru Manipur State Dance Academy, Imphal.

Sharon has appeared in numerous national television programs of Doordarshan' s Central Production Centre including their debut program Triveni, Chhayan, Kalidas in Odissi and the first national production of Chhau Jivan Rekha. Her outstanding Odissi inspired director K. Viswanath to create a feature role for Sharon as herself influencing the heroine to value her own Indian dance in his award winning film, Swarna Kamalam. Central Television, England filmed a documentary on Sharon and her dance in Orissa "Odyssey in Odissi.

Kartik Fine Arts 26th Dance Festival, Chennai * Shringar Dance Festival, Habitat Centre, New Delhi * Sangeet Natak Akademi Odissi Festival in Bhubaneswar, Orissa * Navratri Fest, Shri Ram Maha Yagna Classical Dance & Music Saamelan, Rawatpura Sarkar, Bhind, M.P. * Purogamana Kala Sahithya Sangham and Safdar Hasmi Festival, Thiruvananthapuram * Sankat Mochan Hanuman Jayanti Festival, Varanasi  * Kottakal, Kerala Temple Festival * Konarak Festival, Orissa * Deoghar, Bihar Shivrati Festival * Delhi Tyagaraja Aradhana Festival * Nishagandhi Palace Festival, Trivandrum * Maitrey Mela Arts Festival, Cannanore, Kerala * Soorya Festival, Trivandrum  * Simla Festival * Swatch Ganga Festival * Nishagandhi Palace Festival, Trivandrum. * Onam Festival, Trivandrum. * Lucknow Tansen-Tyagaraja Festival. * Kerala Kalamandalam Diamond Jubilee Festival  * Chidambaram Mahashivrati Festival, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. * Kalasagaram Annual Music and Dance Festival, Secunderabad. * Ramanavami Festival, Secunderabad. * Chaitra Parva Festival, Seraikella, Bihar. *  Banjara Music Festival, Spirit of Freedom, Hyderabad * Classical Indian Dance Traditions and Modern Theatre Seminar/ Festival, Padatik, Calcutta * Festival of India-U.S.A. Return T our accompanied by Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra: Bhubaneswar, Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Allahabad, Varanasi, Bhopal, Poona, Lucknow, and Calcutta * Orissa Tourism and India Tourism Orissa Festival, Samrat-New Delhi. * Children's Film Festival, Bhubaneswar with Kum Kum Mohanty * Three Traditions Dance Festival, Chandigarh Rock Garden * one evening Chhau with Trinetra Co. *  one evening Odissi. * East-West Dance Encounter, National Centre for the Performing Arts and Max Mueller Bhavan, Bombay *

Performances in the US include : 

Universities of Michigan, Chicago, Vermont, Wisconsin-Madison ,California-Santa Cruz, Nebraska, Northern Iowa, San Diego, Pittsburgh at Greensburg and Pittsburgh, Texas at Austin *

Clemson College, North Carolina * Columbia College, Chicago * Wayne State U., Detroit, Michigan, Indiana U. of Penn., Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. * Mercyhurst College, Erie, Pa. * Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana * Duke University, Raleigh, N. Carolina * Georgia Tech * Virginia Polytechnic, Blacksburg, Virginia * Harvard University * Bennington College, Vermont * American University, Washington, D.C. * State University of N.Y.-Old Westbury, with T. Viswanathan * Brown University, Rhode Island * San Diego State University * Florida School of the Arts, Palatka * Ohio State University* Nebraska Wesleyan University * Wheaton College, Norton, Mass * Davidson College, North Carolina* Centenary College of Louisiana * Cal. Tech, Pasadena, California * Washington State University * Triton College, Chicago* United States International University, San Diego * Colombia University, N.Y.C. * Association of Asian Studies Western Regional Conference, University of Arizona * Association of Asian Studies National Conference, San Francisco *

Ravi Shankar Music Circle at Occidental College, California * Museum of Hist & Industry, Seattle, Washington* Buffalo, New York * Interlochen Arts Academy, Michigan * Association of Asian

Studies Conference, Chicago * Indianapolis, Indiana * Salt Lake City, Utah * Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.* Chicago Indian Music Society * Richmond, Virginia * Livermore Temple,

Livermore, CA. * Hindu Center of Charlotte, North Carolina * Century Village - Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Florida * Huntington Lakes, Del Ray, Florida * East West Cultural Centre, Los

Angeles * Center for World Music, San Diego * Los Angeles Olympic Arts Festival ‘84, Festival of Masks * Palos Verdes Peninsular Center, California * I.S.K.O.N. South Asian Cultural Exhibitions, Southern California *Center for World Music, San Francisco * Ravi Shankar Music Circle-Occidental College, California * Three's Company Studio, San Diego * Puppeteers of America 40th Annual Festival, Kent State University * ‘78 Conference on Asian Dance, Hawaii, Committee on Research in Dance and the American Dance Guild. (Manipuri and first performance of Mayurbhanj Chhau to North America)

Festival of India U.S.A. Odissi tour with orchestra led by Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra:

Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York City * Stephen's College, Missouri * University of Iowa * University of Minnesota * Louisiana State University * in California- Ravi Shankar Music Circle-Occidental College, Center for World Music and San Diego State University, University of California-Berkeley * in Michigan - Kalamazoo College, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Grand Valley State College, Hope College, University of Michigan* In Indiana - Jay County Arts Council, St. Mary-of-the-Woods College.

Performances internationally include:

In Malaysia- Alor Setar, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling, Pulau Pinang, Klang, Sitiawan, Seremban Sungei Siput, Ipoh, Melaka, Kuantan, Jitra, Tanjim Malim * South Bank, Croydon and Kingston in London * Singapore * Perth, Australia * Calgary, Canada * Tijuna, México * ASKI, Jogjakarta and Surakarta, Java * KOKAR/SMKI, Denpassr, Bali * 50th Independence Day, India Association, Dubai * Indian Embassy, Kuwait *