Kendall Lannin trained at Ballet Conservatory from the age of 4 to 18 studying all dance forms including ballet, jazz, tap, modern and musical theater. Kendall attended Grapevine Faith Christian High School where she was a 4-year All State Soprano, Outstanding Creative Arts Student, and received a Betty Buckley Award for her role in Godspell. She was the recipient of a Musical Theater scholarship from the Dallas Dance Council and attended the Dallas Summer Musicals Summer Workshops under Vicki Squires at the historic Majestic Theater in Dallas. Kendall went on to attend Oklahoma City University where she graduated cum laude with a degree in Voice Performance from the Wanda Bass School of Music. In 2016, Kendall was named a semi-finalist in the Classical Singer Vocal Competition in Boston. Some of Kendall's favorite roles have been in Les Miserables (Fantine and Madame Thenardier), Oliver (Nancy), Beauty and the Beast (Wardrobe), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Miss Jones), The King and I (Anna), and Meet Me in St. Louis (Rose), and in the operas, Magic Flute and Game of Chance. Kendall currently teaches Tap and Musical Theatre at The Ballet Conservatory and is enjoying auditioning and doing shows with the theater groups in the DFW metroplex.