New Edith Cowan University research aims to help vocational dancers balance training demands, avoid burnout and reach the top of their game.
Dr Luke Hopper’s dance research has been identified as having a high impact in the Australian Research Council’s recent Engagement and Impact 2018 assessment.
Emerging independent dancer and choreographer, WAAPA graduate Scott Elstermann is the first Australian to win a Pina Bausch Fellowship.
Strictly Ballroom: The Musical will quick step, cha cha and samba it’s way into your heart when it dances on to the stage of the Regal Theatre as WAAPA’s highly anticipated mid-year musical.
Renaissance art tableaux meet boy-band fashion in the opening moves of WAAPA graduate, Melanie Lane's acclaimed work WOOF.
There are many unexpected casting achievements in 26-year-old actor Roy Joseph’s life, from being the voice of God in his Year 7 school production to playing Anne Frank’s father in WAAPA’s The Diary of Anne Frank.
In May, WAAPA graduate Christopher Dragon, Associate Conductor of the Colorado Symphony, conducts the WAAPA Symphony Orchestra and trumpet virtuoso Brent Grapes in a thrilling concert of Russian orchestral masterworks.
Since graduating from WAAPA in 2016 Megan Hajjar has built an impressive resume with roles in Breath, Love Child, The Secret Daughter, Harrow and the upcoming movies M4M and The Naked Wanderer.
Primed as an international export in the making, the Perth-raised singer-songwriter has some serious hype behind him.
Read the interview with actor/singer/dancer from North Western Sydney and WAAPA graduate, Joshua Reckless.
The outstanding musician described as an icon of Australian percussion will take to the stage of the Richard Gill Auditorium with WAAPA’s award-winning percussion ensemble, Defying Gravity, for its upcoming concert, Alchemy.
Thanks to the generous support of the Minderoo Foundation as part of WAAPA’s Visiting Artist Program, Canadian director, Peggy Shannon is in Perth to direct WAAPA’s 3rd Year Acting students in When the Rain Stops Falling for a week-long season in the Enright Studio.
Phoebe Gunson used to fantasise about one day sharing a stage with local heroes such as dance music duo Slumberjack.
Rise, WAAPA’s first dance season for 2019, lifts off with four new contemporary and neo-classical dance works created by visiting international choreographer Sasha Janes, Melbourne-based dancer/choreographer Lauren Langlois, and well-known local artists Claudia Alessi and Kim McCarthy.
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.