Roy Joseph always wanted to be an actor but he was so lacking in self-confidence he did an entertainment management course at the JMC Academy with a view to working in the music industry.
Before WAAPA graduate Marlanie Haerewa came down to Perth from her hometown in the Kimberley, Derby, she felt a lot of shame around wanting to be involved with performing arts.
Created by WA Academy of Performing Arts graduates Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd and Tim Watts, Bruce wowed audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe.
KGB, a comedy web series created by Western Australian indigenous filmmaker brothers, Luke and Dan Riches, will premiere on ABC iview and nightly on ABC Comedy during NAIDOC Week 2019.
Two of Australia’s most formidable performers are coming together to showcase their hilarious tribute show, Abba-solutely Fabulous, as part of Arts Centre Melbourne’s Morning Melodies program.
Five years ago, Megan Sullivan McInerney was a WAAPA graduate uploading her first song to the triple j Unearthed website.
Six WAAPA students and staff are heading to Canada next week to present the world premiere of a new theatre work at the Parodos Festival, held from 13-16 June at Ryerson University in Toronto.
West Side Story is a show for true triple threats. Challenging the abilities of almost everyone involved, the ridiculously complex and intricate show starring Chloé Zuel and and WAAPA graduate Lyndon Watts, has already dazzled Melbourne audiences, and is opening in Wellington, New Zealand this evening.
WAAPA graduate and young Perth singer, songwriter and producer Blake Rose did not realise Taylor Swift was a fan until one of his own fans in Portugal posted on social media.
Perth-born conductor and WAAPA graduate Christopher Dragon has received two appointments this week.
Perth-based Humphrey Bower is guest directing WAAPA’s 3rd Year Acting students in English playwright Martin Crimp’s modern adaptation of Moliere’s The Misanthrope, to be performed in the Roundhouse Theatre.
Sit down with Scottish born, Perth raised actress and graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Suzie Mathers.
Perth-raised WAAPA graduate Lucy Durack could have had no better preparation than she did for her first audition as new mum Sophie in ABC comedy The Letdown.
Through Edith Cowan University’s ongoing partnership with one of the world’s leading conservatoires, music students at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) will soon have the opportunity to broaden their horizons through substantial scholarships for overseas postgraduate studies.
Strictly Ballroom The Musical will quick step, cha cha and samba its way into your heart when it dances on to the stage of the Regal Theatre as WAAPA’s highly anticipated mid-year musical.