Instructors

Heather S. Kemp

Heather began her performing career in ballet as a principal dancer with the Atlanta Ballet Company. She also studied with the Joffrey Ballet in New York City. She then moved into musical theater as a singer and dancer at Opryland USA, where she became a featured performer in various TV specials on NBC, as well as on the NBC series The Nashville Palace. Heather has also had the joy of performing leading roles in several stage musicals such as “Annie Get Your Gun” with John Schneider, as well as many other musicals, commercials, television and dance productions.

She has taught dance for Teaching Little Children, Priceless Performers, and Georgia Dance Conservatory, as well as provided instruction and choreography services for community theaters, public schools, and other programs.

Her greatest accomplishment, however, is becoming a mother to two beautiful daughters adopted from China.

Heather Kemp

Founder

Bryce Speaker

Bryce Speaker grew up a competition dancer, graduated from his college dance program, and actively pursues a professional dance career. The thing Bryce loves most about Dance, the Performing Arts and the Entertainment Industry is meeting new people all over the world and appreciating their journeys at all talent levels. He contributes his success and talents to God, his family, and is thankful for a healthy body, an open-mind, and a kind spirit of life. He loves sharing his gift with kids and believes that all children can learn.

Bryce lives in Atlanta and is a client of 411 South Talent. Some of his most recent projects include: traveling around the world teaching Masterclasses, Disney Channel, Jamal Simms, Maroon 5 Super Bowl LIII, CW’s Legacies, HBO’s Brooklyn, Aakomon Jones, Amy Allen, Chuck Berry, Sean Bankhead, Jeremy Green, Fatima Robinson, American Soul, Microsoft, a principle dancer in the movie “The Darkest Minds” (released August 3), principle dancer for Paula Abdul in a new upcoming film, “Staten Island Social Club” and the movie Crazy for the Boys, featured principle dancer in the Chuck Berry tribute music video “Big Boys”, principle dancer for the world famous Mary Kay Leadership Brand, and many many more.

Bryce Speaker

Anthony James

Anthony James