In a Western Australian first, a replica piano of great composer Beethoven’s “favourite” instrument has been unveiled at ECU Mount Lawley.
Theatre newcomer and Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts graduate Teresa Moore will make her musical debut in 30th Anniversary tour of Bran Nue Dae.
Cry Baby is very much a text-driven musical and director Chris Parker is enjoying his time at the steering wheel.
Dean Bryant and Mathew Frank have joined forces on a musical adaptation of Miles Franklin's legendary book. Bryant tells us about the show.
Perth Symphony Orchestra’s Mozart by Candlelight concert in St George’s Cathedral is designed as a way to present the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the most traditional way possible.
While Daniel Berini’s Italian parents never shuffled him off into an arranged marriage, the WAAPA graduate could still relate to new film Promised.
Collaboration was key for director Andrew Hale as he has adapted Tracy Farr’s Fremantle Press novel The Hope Fault with WAAPA acting students.
As a Sunshine Coast schoolgirl, Mirrah Foulkes fixated on the idea of becoming an actor.
In a year-long process, Andrew Hale has adapted Tracy Farr’s novel, The Hope Fault, for the stage and will direct its world premiere season, presented with the support of the Minderoo Foundation and Fremantle Press, at WAAPA’s newly refurbished Enright Studio.
Tim Minchin sits amid a suite of devouringly large lounges at Fox Studios in Sydney. He’s been speaking to media all day as he is soon to star in a new eight-part Foxtel series called Upright.
PETER and the Wolf as part of this year’s Awesome Festival program is a creative match made in heaven.
Australia’s most outstanding brass players dazzle in a concert of showcase music for brass quintet at WAAPA.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) will hold a unique concert with seven keyboard instruments from across history on stage at the same time.
WAAPA graduate Hugh Jackman received his medal as a Companion of the Order of Australia at an investiture ceremony at Government House in Canberra on Friday.
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts student Julia Newsome wants to support those affected by cancer through a fairytale-themed gala concert.