Want to think anew about Mozart? Try Geoffrey Lancaster’s latest recording
Want to broaden your directorial perspective and take your critical thinking to the next level? A Masters of Arts at WAAPA is what you have been searching for.
Inside WAAPA sits down with WAAPA graduate and sound engineer Gavin Tempany, who was back in Perth as part of the 2017 Hans Zimmer Live On Tour production crew.
Based on the theme of identity, Im Spiegel is a contemporary dance work that will bring WAAPA`s magical mirrored palace to life.
Graduate Eva Grace Mullaley returns to WAAPA to direct the multi-award winning Australian theatre classic, Windmill Baby.
The talented students of WAAPA’s Classical Vocal program perform two boisterous operettas for your enjoyment, under the direction of acclaimed Opera Director, Thomas de Mallet Burgess.
Heroes. Villains. Wrestling. Cross dressing. And love at first sight. As You Like It is one of William Shakespeare’s most charming and beloved romantic comedies, where chance encounters blossom into the entanglement of love.
From February 2018, the internationally acclaimed, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), will be delivering its Diploma of Acting at Edith Cowan University’s South West campus in Bunbury.
Motion capture technology popularised by Hollywood is helping cellists prevent and overcome chronic injury.
The music of acclaimed British composer Andy Scott is featured in a double concerto for saxophones and wind orchestra performed by world-renowned saxophonists Rob Buckland and Matt Styles.
A new partnership between Edith Cowan University (ECU) and a top international conservatoire is giving Music students the chance to broaden their horizons in Manchester or learn from the best teachers in the world, right here in Perth.
Unleash, features the contemporary dance pieces of ten 3rd Year Dance students, set to original music composed by WAAPA’s Composition and Music Technology students.
How truly connected are we in today’s world of ever-connectedness? Love and Information is an uplifting, unique and powerfully profound piece of theatre that explores how we find love and meaning in a world transformed by technology.
Thanks to the continued generosity of the Minderoo Foundation, one of WAAPA’s current visiting artists is actor/writer/director Andy Paris, a founding member of New York’s Tectonic Theatre Project.