About Us

Director
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Hayz Pincheria Rowe

Hayz is the Managing Director of NZPA. Her professional training took place in London at The Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts where she graduated with joint qualification’s; a Higher Diploma in Theatre Arts and ISTD Dance Instruction. She went on to accept a teaching position at the Italia Conti Academy Associates following her Teaching Certification.

Professionally she has performed in many shows in and around London, including leading roles of Alice in ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’, Penguin in The Snowman at the Peacock Theatre, Elsie in ‘The Wind and the Willow’s. She also performed alongside a variety of international pop artists on stage and in Music Videos such as Rachel Stevens, Outcast, Beyonce and The Black Eyed Peas. She has had the pleasure of working with highly acclaimed stunt performers in a various blockbuster movies such as Blood Diamond and National Treasure.

Since moving to New Zealand she has had the joys of working with many of the larger scale productions being filmed here such as Legend of the Seeker and Spartacus both in front and behind the camera, as well as working closely with KISS Theatre Co. performing in and choreographing for productions on a regular basis. She has since taken more of a Creative Directorship role, creative 'The Arts Factory' youth Dance Company offering young and upcoming dancers a chance to work in the professional forum. She has choreographed and creatively directed Music Videos for NZ artists Amara Duru and Julia Turner, Dance Captained for the NZ part of Salman Khans World Tour at Spark Arena and continues to create works for both stage and screen around the country.

Tutorial Team

We have a wide tutorial team that reaches many far ends of the Performing Arts Spectrum. All of our tutors have enjoyed a wealthy career in their professional field and have a passion for giving back to the up coming generations.