Like we were, most artists are very young when they fall in love with the performing arts, and it becomes their mission to be seen. In our cases, we’ve been seen in theaters and arenas across the United States, stages around globe, even on your television screens. We’ve had the opportunity to share our stories with hundreds of thousands even millions of entertainment consumers. That was a possibility largely due to, the care of our educators. Our educators are the people who nurtured our gifts and tailored us into the artists we are today. Here at N.G.Y.A.S our goal is to produce talents that are secure and confident in their gifts and knowing how to use them. Making sure our artists are equipped to handle auditions, tackle music, text, and movement in professional arenas is crucial to us. With our combined education, professional resources, and wealth of experience we know we are the bridge between young artists and achieving their goals. The world of arts and entertainment cannot continue without our youth being taught diligently and fine tuned to greatness.
Avionce Hoyles is a NYC based Actor, Singer, Dancer , and teaching artist. Originally from Rock Hill, SC he trained at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy of NY. Throughout his professional career Avionce has had the opportunity to perform across the nation and all around the world. His career has offered many esteemed opportunities to perform, some of these include ;60 annual Grammy awards, Opening the 2017 Macy's Day Parade, sharing stages with the likes of Sam Smith, Meatloaf, Stephanie Mills, Bebe Winans, and Valerie Simpson. Avionce has performed in New York and on tour with shows like ; Bat Out of Hell, What Happens in Vegas, Boys of Summer, Memphis the Musical, Sister Act, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rent, and Songs for a New World. As an educator Avionce has held positions at the International Thespian Society Convention, Vanguard Theater Company, Monroe Middle and High School, and Progressive Theatre Company. Holding a space to help young artist cultivate and and own their gifts has always been a passion of his. Young artist are the storytellers of tomorrow their gifts and training are integral to the future of the performing arts.
Kyle Garvin, professional actor, choreographer, and theater educator, earned a BFA degree in Musical Theater from the University of the Arts. Kyle has toured both nationally and internationally in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Go Diego Go Live!, and Thomas and Friends Live! He’s performed regionally in theaters across the country including Twist: An American Musical, under the direction of Debbie Allen, Hairspray, Matilda, The Wild Party, and Oliver in houses including the Alliance Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, and Paper Mill Playhouse, and Radio City Music Hall. Kyle has worked extensively as a choreographer and educator in the Tri-State area spanning grade level schools, PS124, to guests artist workshops at NYU’s TISCH School of the Arts and Pace University in which he has taught along side long time creative mentor Baayork Lee. Kyle has also collaborated with Lee on various readings, productions, and gala performances for her company the National Asian Artists Project. He has been on faculty and a contributing choreographer for Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp, and Kristi Awards Show under direction of both Richard Jay Alexander and John McDaniel. Kyle has a great passion for the continuing development of young artists of all ages as the future of our world of entertainment. He finds joy in the process of cultivating the various gifts found in each individual; bringing to the forefront the true power, ownership, depth and authenticity in the discovery of great potential, and performance.