Articles on ‘Regal Theatre’
42nd Street is a toe tapping extravaganza presented by a proficient and polished cast of second and third year musical theatre WAPPA (Western Australian Academy of Perfroming Arts) students. The production will have you dancing out of the theatre humming the tunes in your head. It has been a while since I have seen 42nd… Read more.
I’m always blown away by the talent exposed in the major mid year WAAPA musical and this years offering, Bring It On The musical, did not disappoint. As the audience enters the theatre they are greeted by a giant digital screen that invites them to upload their photos via #bringitonwaapa. The audience is then whipped… Read more.
As the musical theatre students from WAAPA prepare for opening night of Bring It On – The Musical, check out the images captured by Jon Green during a recent technical run through. Presented by the final year and second year musical theatre students, Bring it on – The Musical is based on the 2000 cheer… Read more.
OMG you guys! WAAPA’s mid year musical Legally Blonde is funny, hilarious and sassy. Director Jason Langley’s prediction that Legally Blonde would “drag the young audience in” proved to be correct, as the foyer of the Regal Theatre was full of excited teenagers eager to take their seats on opening night of WAAPA’s mid year… Read more.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, thank God for The West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) who present the musical theatre that, for some reason, never seems to make it to the West Coast. There is no hint of Sondheim, a sixties musical or tap shoes in this years line up… Read more.
Check out these images from The Western Australian Academy’s (WAAPA) mid year performance, West Side Story. Performed by the second and third year musical theatre students, West Side Story will play at The Regal Theatre from Saturday 14 through to Saturday 21 June. The dramatic images were captured by Donna Ferreri. Tickets available through Ticketek.
With another successful opening night under their belts, Clay Roberts from WAAPA's (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) Throughly Modern Millie, took some time to reveal a few of his dream roles, a hidden talent and offer some valuable advice to those who one day dream of walking the corridors at WAAPA. When you auditioned for… Read more.
Director Crispin Taylor has once again managed to inspire and elicit the best from his cast of WAAPA’s (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) musical theatre students, in this years major musical production, Thoroughly Modern Millie. Looking a little like Drew Barrymore Millie’s leading lady, Emily Hart, proved last night that she is a star… Read more.
Clouds is a delightful and enchanting exploration into the world of surrealist painter Rene Margritte, as his paintings come to life through inanimate objects throughout the piece. Presented by the Perth International Arts Festival this fifty minute journey, choreographed by Enrique Cabrera will engage and delight the young and young at heart. The real stars… Read more.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) continues the success of its mid year musical, as the third year music theatre students present the Tony Award winning, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. From the moment you enter the theatre you are transported back in time as old television show themes are… Read more.