At the end of every year, WAAPA shines a light on the choreographic talents of its graduating dancers in a series of public performances of their original dance works.
Visitors to this year’s Open Day at the Mount Lawley Campus will have the chance to explore a brand new facility with over a hundred years of history: ECU’s very own Spiegeltent.
Thanks to the generous support of the Jackman Furness Foundation for the Performing Arts, Meryl Tankard will direct and choreograph the Australian premiere of this powerful and passionate musical.
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, 14 August.
WAAPA brings the combined talent of its acclaimed students and staff, plus some very special guests, to the Perth Concert Hall for one night only in a joyous celebration of Edith Cowan University’s 25th anniversary.
WAAPA alumi had a lot to celebrate on Tuesday night at the 2016 Helpmann Awards.
Ballet dancers spinning four or five times while balancing on one foot shouldn’t be possible. We find out how WAAPA’s elite dancers are doing it.
In July the corridors of WAAPA will ring with the sound of song as the third WAAPA International Art Song Academy gets underway.
With only a handful of examples of this antique synthesiser left in the world, a WAAPA research student decided to build her own.
Associate Dean Cat Hope explains the disparity between male and female composers represented in concert programs and offers solutions for the future.
Talented high school students are invited to explore their creativity in short courses at the acclaimed Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, enjoying access to its expert staff and outstanding facilities.
Australia’s first piano, which arrived on board the Sirius as part of the First Fleet in 1788, has found a new home at ECU’s Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
This year in celebration of Edith Cowan University’s 25th anniversary, ECU and WAAPA proudly present Bring It On - The Musical, a high-energy stage spectacle that will truly dazzle.
In June, WAAPA's 3rd Year Acting students will perform Christopher Hampton’s award-winning play, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, a sharply drawn tale of sexual power and desire.
Motion State pulls exciting, young choreographic talent into its orbit from across Australia and overseas to create energetic new works on the dancers in LINK, WAAPA’s graduate dance company.