Review: Memory Bones (WAAPA)

The concept piece explores the notion that the physical structures of the theatre might somehow remember the artists, technicians, critics and audiences that it has borne witness to in 112 years of operation. Samuel J. Cox reviews.

Review: Rent (WAAPA)

This busy, exhausting production about life at the end of the millennium was a winning, powerful choice by WAAPA’s musical theatre team. Samuel j. Cox reviews.

Review: TILT – Program One (WAAPA)

Thematically loaded, these passionate theatre makers attempt to comment on human nature and our emotionality in a variety of different ways, making for an engaging evening of theatre. Samuel J. Cox reviews.

Review: Bring It On (WAAPA)

"At times goofy and a little heavy handed when espousing the lessons learnt along the way, this Broadway-quality spectacle is pure entertainment, and though my expectations were high, this far exceeded them." Samuel J. Cox reviews.

Review: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (WAAPA)

"As usual, WAAPA spares no expensive when investing in their students, empowering ingenious and innovative set design from Nicola Stratman and period costume curated by Kaitlin Brindley." Samuel J. Cox reviews.

Review: A View from the Bridge (WAAPA)

Skilfully delivered by WAAPA’s third year acting students, under the careful direction of Lawrie Cullen-Tait, this play is a must-see for those who love tragic storylines. Aleasha Sanchez-Lawson reviews.

Review: Coriolanus (WAAPA)

If you enjoy Shakespeare, or just the smugness of telling people you attend the theatre, please run along to Coriolanus. Like followers of Kanye West’s twitter feed, you will not be disappointed. Tom Durkin reviews.