Casey Keenan Joiner is a Lubbock-based vocal coach, performer, and composer whose work has recently been showcased in New York at Feinstein's 54 Below, the Duplex, and the West End Lounge. In 2015, Casey's original work earned the original cast of her musical, "Glass," the title of Lincoln Center Artist of the year. "Glass" was performed in its entirety at the Women's Work Festival in June of 2016. Casey participated in the BMI Engel Lehman Musical Theater Workshop where she developed a musical adaptation of "A League of Their Own," with her writing partner, Blair Bodine. Casey has performed in numerous shows in the New York tri-state area, including Matti Kovler's lauded "Drumf and the Rhinegold," with the Floating Tower Theatre group. She has also performed in numerous shows in the Lubbock area, including Mozart’s “Cosi fan Tutte,” Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music,” and the titular role in "Annie Get Your Gun". In addition to her studies at BMI, Casey has also attended Berklee College of Music, Texas Tech University, and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She is currently pursuing a Master of Music in Composition and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance at Texas Tech University, where she also serves as the Music Director and Accompanist for the Texas Tech Theater Department. She works as a Musical Theater audition coach and scene study teacher in the West Texas area where she is currently developing a thesis in Musical Theater and its growing presence in higher education.