Originally from Kansas City, Lindsey comes from a diverse background of musical theater, commercial dance and voice. Lindsey’s career as a dancer, singer, and instructor has taken her all over the country. As a performer Lindsey has been featured in several shows for Universal Studios, including the swing position in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", as well as for Busch Gardens Entertainment, performing as both singer/dancer and dance captain for the park’s first musical theater production, "Mirage Canteen".
Lindsey has worked under Alan Freed Productions, where she was utilized as a choreographer and a performer, dancing alongside such legendary acts as "The Contours" and "Bill Haley & His Comets". Lindsey has traveled internationally appearing onboard Holland America's "MS Veendam" as a featured dancer, and has performed in several regional theater and park productions throughout the country.
While living in New York, Lindsey acted as a member of the professional dance company "The Hot Boxes" and made her screen debut as a dancer in the film "How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song". She was also a a performer with Daniel Mulhern Entertainment, performing at several venues throughout the tri-state area.
Since moving to Kansas City in 2012 Lindsey has worked for several entertainment companies, including Epic Entertainment and That’s Entertainment, notably dancing back-up for well-known artists Deborah Cox and Weird Al Yankovic. Lindsey is also a long-standing member of Kansas City’s Burlesque Downtown Underground.
Lindsey has received extensive training from the legendary faculty at Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center and Millennium Dance Complex. Aside from performing Lindsey enjoys locally sourced food, craft beer, music, Bikram yoga, and her cat Freddy Mercury.