With a Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts PhD in screenwriting and a veteran of the Manjimup Repertory Club, Rose Ferrell had more than enough experience to write a production and it was in finding a like mind that made the production what it is today.
Expect talent and daring as WAAPA’s graduating performance-makers hit The Blue Room Theatre stage at full tilt in a mini-festival of short works.
For one night only, Perth audiences can enjoy the world-renowned virtuosity of one of the most exciting Brazilian classical guitarists on the international scene, Chrystian Dozza.
WAAPA's graduating dancers are set to unleash their choreographic talents in a short season of original dance works performed in the intimate setting of the Dolphin Theatre.
Just over a decade later, Tyran Parke returns to the show – and his alma mater – on the other side of the footlights, directing the 3rd Year Music Theatre students in WAAPA’s production of this unconventional musical
Gregg T. Daniel, who is adjunct lecturer at the University of Southern California’s School of Dramatic Arts, is in Perth to direct WAAPA’s 3rd Year Acting students in Hare’s searing examination of the 2003 American-led invasion of Iraq.
WAAPA alumni and current staff member Emma Matthews, pays homage to her British roots this week in WASO’s Last Night at the Proms.
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.
In an exciting first for the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the 2018 Acting Graduate Showcase will be performed in Los Angeles in December this year.
Nyoongar Yamatji woman Teresa Moore is on her way to Los Angeles later this year as part of WAAPA’s US showcase of up and coming actors.
Students in the year-long acting class are studying and rehearsing hard. They're hoping to improve Indigenous representation in the industry.
As West Australian Ballet’s highly rated season of romantic classical ballet La Sylphide comes to a close, Perth dancers and WAAPA graduates Liam Green and Carina Roberts have both been promoted to the rank of Demi-Soloist.
NOT only will WAAPA music theatre graduate Finn Alexander get to make his professional performance debut with Black Swan State Theatre Company this month, but he will do it in Assassins by his favourite composer and lyricist, Stephen Sondheim.
The national hotel chain is looking to employ buskers and street artists through its recruitment process, held in partnership with the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) where potential staff will go through a mock audition process.
As part of the Visiting Artists’ Program proudly supported by the Mindaroo Foundation, Emily McLean has returned to her alma mater to direct the 3rd Year WAAPA students in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire.