Successful politician Sir Robert Chiltern has it all – money, power and the love of his adoring wife. But he also has a murky secret in his past that, if revealed, will ruin his career and marriage.
William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, with its archaic ideas about gender, is a particularly challenging play for contemporary directors and actors to stage in today’s #MeToo world.
Since filming wrapped on the final season of Packed to the Rafters, Angus McLaren has notched up diverse roles in everything from Doctor Doctor to the film Hotel Mumbai, not to mention squeezing in a three-year degree at Perth’s acclaimed Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Sydney Dance Company (SDC) stalwart and WAAPA alumna Charmene Yap will be finishing her performing career at the end of SDC’s Season 1 tour of Bonachela/Nankivel/Lane. Happily for Yap, she will continue her association with SDC, moving into a new role as Rehearsal Associate
This Ballarat business owned by WAAPA Design graduate Nathan Weyers, is designing, manufacturing and consulting for some of the world's biggest theatre productions.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), as part of Edith Cowan University’s Mount Lawley campus, is opening its doors to the public on Sunday, 11 August from 10.00am until 3.00pm, for its annual Open Day event.
As covered in Playbill.com today, WAAPA graduate Clay Roberts will make his U.S. debut as Jack Kelly in Theatre by the Sea’s Newsies opening later this month.
Be in it or watch it but don’t miss Massed Sax 2019.
For viewers outside WA, the title of ABC’s newest TV show KGB makes the series seem exotic and foreboding.
Including performances by numerous WAAPA Alumni, WAYJO’s King Street Corner Pocket Festival proves the tradition is in good hands.
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.