Director Musical, pianista y cantante de numerosos shows musicales como: Daydreaming: Channeling Doris Day (The Blank Theater), Burly-Q (Amas), Shout! the mod musical (off-Broadway; recording on Rhino Records), Screams of Kitty Genovese (NY Musical Theatre Festival), Miss Chase, Miss Lincoln (National Historic Theater), Captain Louie (off-Broadway), Was (premiere), States of Independence (premiere). Pianista de Forecast Productions, Wing and Drop Theater Company, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, ReVision Theatre of Asbury Park. Pianista de Joseph Thalken, Ricky Ian Gordon, Tina Landau, Nancy McGraw, Jerome Kopmar, Judith Blazer, Catherine Fitzmaurice.
Es profesor de la prestigiosa escuela de teatro musical AMDA, NYU, Wright State University, Auburn University, HB Studio. Private voice teacher and coach in New York City. Graduado en la Universidad de Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.


Kiki Lucas is currently the Resident Choreographer and senior dancer of the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company in Houston, TX. She is also the director of the Met Too Youth Company and teacher to many students in the Houston area. She gained her BA in Dance from Point Park University in 1999 and started her career in Los Angeles, CA before settling in TX. Since then, her teaching and performance career have expanded across the United States and more. 
With a strong background in all areas of dance, she continues to gain strength and recognition along the way. Training and performing everything from musical theater to classical jazz, ballet and modern techniques have kept her options open and full of life. There has been no stage that she hasn't been able to adapt to.
She has recently returned from Argentina for the third year where she was once again guest faculty/teacher for Congreso Internacional de musicales y operas. February 2012 introduced her to teaching for ViceVersa Studio in Buenos Aires . In March of this year she taught in Bogota, Manizales and Pereira Colombia for the first time. This August Kiki is excited to announce that her work and the HMDC will be performing at Jacob's Pillow in Boston.  Some other teaching credits include: Broadway Dance Center, NY - Point Park University, Pittsburgh PA - Point Park International Summer Dance Program in her 11th season - Hawaii Pacific University- University of Houston- Ad Deum Dance Company, Houston, TX- Acadiana Center for the Arts in LaFayette, LA - Michigan University- Debbie Reynolds Studios in Los Angeles, CA- Dance Precisions, CA  -Focal Point, Miami, FL- Dance Masters Chapters #10 and #44- TDEA Convention- Alabama School of Fine Arts- Milennium Studios in North Hollywood, CA - Collin County Community College - Loudoun Ballet- Crowd Pleasers- American Cancer Society- Florida Dance Masters Spring Convention-Texas A&M International University- Sam Houston University of TX and the Grier School in PA
Kiki's choreography credits include: now her 7th piece for the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company--- Met Too Youth Company---The Kennedy Center(ACDF Nationals)--Point Park University (Pittsburgh Dance Connections Concert)---Towson University in MD - University of Hartford CT - Carnival "Choreogrpher's Ball in Los Angeles, CA -Steven Boyd Dance Ensemble-- Dallas Morning News Festival--- Midwestern Arts Conference--- Fort Worth Dance Festival--- Spotlight Awards --ESPN--- Dance Precisions-- San Diego State University, Hawaii Pacific University, Miluzka Dance Studios in Colombia.
Staying active in the dance community in every way that she can by performing, teaching and choreographing have kept her full of passion and in constant search for the next adventure. Her consistant growth and everyday challenges have brought forth a path full of love for her art and a desire that can only be explained in the class room and understood on stage.



As a director, choreographer and performer, Casey has accumulated a substantial list of credits spanning Broadway productions, regional theatre and international tours. From playing the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz at Madison Square Garden, to performing in European tours of A Chorus Line andMy Fair Lady, to directing productions of AidaLes Miserables and Evita, Casey has done it all. Some of his favorite roles include Edna in Hairspray, Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, Rum Tum Tugger in Cats and both Roger and Carmen in The Producers.

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