WAAPA’s Jazz students will be the fortunate beneficiaries of Katie Noonan’s love of musical collaborations, as they perform alongside her in two concerts at WAAPA in April.
"Rich, eerie and ripe for horror: 90-year-old synthesiser visits Australia for first time"... Tura and WAAPA have joined forces to bring Trautonium player Peter Pichler to Perth from Munich for a series of workshops and events.
A piano that sailed to Australia with the first British settlers has been returned to home soil 231 years on, to be painstakingly restored in a workshop near Bath.
Australian musician, composer, songwriter, actor, comedian and writer Dr Tim Minchin has received an honorary doctorate from Edith Cowan University (ECU).
One of Australia’s greatest musical treasures, the first piano to ever come to Australia with the First Fleet, flew to the UK this week to be restored to its original playing condition.
An annual tradition since 2007, WAAPA in the Park is a family-friendly evening of fabulous music performed under the stars in Mount Lawley’s Ron Stone Park.
Edith Cowan University researchers have joined forces with the WAAPA to give vocal students an insight into the inner workings of their voice, thanks to a tiny camera passed down their throats.
Additionally, Perth-born WAAPA graduate Michael Abercromby has returned to his alma mater to undertake his Masters in Directing and is leading second year acting students in a production of The Cherry Orchard.
WAAPA research staff member Luke Hopper writes about how the #MeToo movement has undoubtedly opened up an important discourse, challenging the stigma of speaking out against exploitation and harassment in the arts and other industries.
English actor and director Michael Jenn says there is nothing like being in a terrible production of a play to make you want to direct it.
The prestigious Bachelor of Arts (Acting) program at the WAAPA, led by Ms Glenda Linscott, was recognised for its innovative teaching and outstanding student experience and graduate outcomes.
Anton Chekhov’s theatrical masterpiece The Cherry Orchard is about a family on the edge of ruin – and a country on the brink of revolution.
In an exciting start to its 2019 performance program, WAAPA is taking its first play for the year to the State Theatre Centre of WA.
When WAAPA graduate Shari Sebbens walked out of drama school onto the set of The Sapphires she was intimidated by the big picture role of director and thought she would be an "actor forever".
The south coast has now provided the perfect backdrop for another production, this time adapted from the award-winning children's trilogy Itch by BBC broadcaster and British author, Simon May with the lead actor played by WAAPA graduate Samuel Ireland.