CASEY NOBLETT began dancing under the direction of her mother, Toni Noblett and Jacques d’Amboise in NYC. Her stage credits include performances at the White House and Kennedy Center for President Bill Clinton, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, and The Smithsonian Institute. She has performed internationally at Tokyo Disneyland, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and at the NBA’s Jam Session in Caracas, Venezuela as Captain of the Atlanta Hawks Dance Team. Her television credits include work with artists such as Gloria Estefan, Will Smith, and Chayanne, as well as performances on Extreme Home Makeover, MTV, CBS, and the Latin networks Univision and Telemundo. In 2011 and 2013 she was the choreographer and creative director for the America’s Junior Miss Scholarship Program.
Casey has been featured in Dance Studio Life Magazine with her mother and brother Cassidy and in the published book “Full Bloom”. She, with Robert Gosnell, has collaborated on multiple projects with the artist Annie-Rose in Nashville, TN and the Rye Band in Atlanta, GA. She has been a guest artist for Rosie O’Donnell’s Theater Kids, Broadway Dance Center and is a permanent guest faculty member for the University of NC School of the Arts where she is the co-director for their new summer program, The Commercial Dance Intensive.
Casey has been a master teacher and national judge for many competition companies. She is the owner and director of the in-studio convention company N-House Productions and teaches and choreographs at studios, festivals, and universities across the US year-round. After 11 amazing years in Atlanta, Casey is back in NC and lives in Raleigh.