William Shakespeare’s timeless play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is being presented as a dark, contemporary fairy tale by director Stefanos Rassios in WAAPA’s latest production.
Cinderella is now coming to WAAPA in a sparkling new production of Jules Massenet’s glorious opera, Cendrillon.
WAAPA, in conjunction with the Minderoo Foundation, proudly presents the world premiere of Reg Cribb’s new play, Bullies, performed by the 2nd Year Acting students.
The House on the Hill, a site-specific theatre piece devised by WAAPA’s 2nd Year Performance Making students and directed by British director/writer Nona Shepphard, opens in October for four nights at the Fremantle Arts Centre.
Rachael Woodward has always been more interested in physical theatre than text-based performance, so it was music to her ears during her last year at high school that WAAPA was starting a Bachelor of Performance Arts course.
SIDE Pony Productions was started by WAAPA graduate Zoe Pepper to present her often dark and humorous works for adult audiences. So creating Audioplay:The Turners for children aged seven to 11 years old is a big sidestep from her wider body of work.
Bachelor of Music WAAPA alumni Linda May Han Oh, may well be Australia’s most successful jazz musician.
Australia’s sharpest creative minds have joined forces to reimagine opera for the twenty-first century in The Space Between, which makes its world premiere at Arts Centre Melbourne and is performed by Australia’s most highly-awarded soprano and WAAPA's head of Classical Voice, Emma Matthews.
WAAPA graduate John O’Hara, who grew up in Perth and is now based in Melbourne, has returned home to premiere #VAL, written for a season at Downstairs at the Maj.
After suffering some setbacks, thanks to the vicissitudes of Hollywood and Broadway, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts graduate Minchin is well and truly back, which happens to be the name of his first national tour since 2012.
There are a lot of ‘links’ in the curation of Co3 Australia contemporary dance company artistic director Raewyn Hill’s WA Dance Makers Project. Two of them being celebrated Perth choreographer Chrissie Parrott and WAAPA alumni Unkempt Dance collective, being ask to choreograph for the company's next bill.
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.