Set against a background of feuding families, Shakespeare's timeless tale of star-crossed lovers is fuelled by a reckless passion that has devastating and fatal consequences.
Chekhov's final masterpiece is a bittersweet comedy about a once-wealthy family whose idleness and extravagance have brought them to the brink of bankruptcy – and with it, the sale of their estate and beloved cherry orchard.
Anthony Neilson's weird and magical play about a young woman suffering from dissociative disorder is a bold and moving drama that gives the Music Theatre students the opportunity to prove their acting skills.
Stephen Sondheim's multi-award-winning musical about about life and love featuring all your favourite songs.
The rapturous sounds of ancient and modern percussion soar through the trees and gardens of the Fremantle Arts Centre in an evening of musical masterworks.
The City of Stirling, Edith Cowan University and WAAPA proudly present Australia's premier performing arts academy in concert.
A night of fairy tales, surprise and magic as WAAPA's leading Classical Music students perform a gorgeous program of chamber music.
Renowned Australian choral conductor Jonathan Grieves-Smith, leads WA's finest young singers and orchestral players at the enchanting St Mary's Cathedral.
One of Australia's best and most beloved performers, the angelic voice of Noonan will be accompanied by WAAPA's talented Jazz students in an evening of outstanding artistry.
The exquisite Moonlight and Pathétique sonatas headline a program of favourite Beethoven piano masterpieces performed by visiting guest fortepianist, Mike Cheng-Yu Lee.
Free Lecture Demonstration for Professional Studio Piano Teachers, covering issues that beset the pianist and interpreter.
The infectious rhythms and riffs of Steve Martland, Moondog, Michael Nyman and Philip Glass are performed by the Classical, Jazz and Contemporary Music students.