Stuart Maunder, Artistic Director of the State Opera of South Australia and a self-confessed G&S ‘tragic’, guest directs WAAPA’s Classical Voice students in From Marathon to Waterloo, in Order Categorical, a celebration of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most beloved songs.
Franz Kafka’s novel, The Trial, provides the inspiration for an exciting performance collaboration between WAAPA and Spare Parts Puppet Theatre this November.
FROM a destructive and confining building to place full of ideas and creation, WAAPA students will look back at the history of the Fremantle Arts Centre in a new production.
Stephen A Russell speaks to actor, musician and WAAPA graduate Brent Hill about his leading role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit adaptation of the Jack Black blockbuster and learning to be a kid again.
WAAPA graduate Lyndon Watts has been realising his dream, performing on the big stage to adoring fans in Disney's Aladdin The Musical.
Congratulations to Dr Luke Hopper and Christopher Hill from WAAPA who have been awarded prestigious Churchill Fellowships. Their fellowships will allow them to visit other countries and investigate inspiring practices to benefit Australian communities.
The Fame Reporter interviewed Opera baritone performer and WAAPA graduate, Duncan Rock, he is about to play the title role of Don Giovanni in Opera Queensland’s new production.
IT seems quite fitting to have two married couples acting in Black Swan State Theatre Company’s next production given its intimate nature.
WAAPA Graduate and DOCTOR, Doctor’s Hayley McElhinney remembers her formative years growing up in Leeman with older sister and fellow actor Mandy (Love Child) with great fondness.
William Shakespeare’s timeless play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is being presented as a dark, contemporary fairy tale by director Stefanos Rassios in WAAPA’s latest production.
Cinderella is now coming to WAAPA in a sparkling new production of Jules Massenet’s glorious opera, Cendrillon.
WAAPA, in conjunction with the Minderoo Foundation, proudly presents the world premiere of Reg Cribb’s new play, Bullies, performed by the 2nd Year Acting students.
The House on the Hill, a site-specific theatre piece devised by WAAPA’s 2nd Year Performance Making students and directed by British director/writer Nona Shepphard, opens in October for four nights at the Fremantle Arts Centre.
Rachael Woodward has always been more interested in physical theatre than text-based performance, so it was music to her ears during her last year at high school that WAAPA was starting a Bachelor of Performance Arts course.