Articles on ‘WAAPA’
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.
The third year WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) Musical Theatre Students launched their 2016 season with The Drowsy Chaperone. Directed by Crispin Taylor, the musical plays at the Geoff Gibb Theatre until the 19th March. Check out the images from the production by Jon Green. Tickets available through www.waapa.ecu.edu.au/performance
Grab a coffee, grab a chai, grab an iced chocolate (or even a wine!) and join Matilda Moran for her first column on AussieTheatre.com! From catching up with friends on the East Coast, to auditions and the random tornado not far from my home, this first month out has got me feeling like Dorothy in… Read more.
It’s hot today, so why not grab an iced coffee and join Joel Granger in his first column on AussieTheatre! Having moved straight from high school to WAAPA, I have never known what life outside of an institution was like since I was five years old. I’ve always been used to the security of having… Read more.
Welcome to the first of many coffee dates with Matilda Moran and Joel Granger! Both graduates from WAAPA’s Musical Theatre course in 2015, Matilda and Joel will spend the next 12 months keeping AussieTheatre.com readers updated on the highs and highs of life after showcase. So sit back, grab a coffee and enjoy! See you at showcase!… Read more.
Over the last few weeks, the team at AussieTheatre.com have been busy putting together a content schedule for 2016, and today we can officially announce an exciting regular column which will appear exclusively on AussieTheatre for the next 12 months. AussieTheatre’s much loved “Coffee With…” column, which initially ran from 2007-2009 and featured new graduates of… Read more.
Carrie The Musical, based on Stephen King’s novel, is not the uplifting, upbeat musical, that WAAPA is famous for. It’s a commentary on bullying, surviving high school and trying to over come a religious zealot mother. It’s a far cry from this year’s mid year offering of Legally Blonde, but that’s what makes it such a… 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.
Welcome to Stage Door Shrink, a regular column penned by Rachel Cole aimed at helping performers chortle their way to a #win. As a performer, I have always had a big old chip on my disproportionality skinny shoulders. It is shaped and smells like a piece of WAAPA pie. Let it be known publicly, that… 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.