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6 Tips To Ace Your Next Acting Audition

6 Tips To Ace Your Next Acting Audition The WA Performance Schools’ Top 6 Tips for Acting Auditions! Be a team player and be nice to everyone. Auditions are a really great way to meet other people and make new connections within the industry. If you are rude, come across as someone who is difficult […]

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WAPS #Dancelife – Miss Sarah’s Dance Trip To Spain

WAPS #Dancelife – Miss Sarah’s Dance Trip To Spain I was very lucky to get accepted earlier this year into a fantastic Summer dance intensive, run by Dance Master Class, a fantastic international company with incredible faculty. My program was two weeks full time, in Granada, which is in Southern Spain at the base of […]

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8 Tips to Help YOU Remember Choreography!

8 Tips to Help YOU Remember Choreography! Memory is a vital skill for a dancer, and just like anything else, it requires practice and hard work to get better! Here are some of our favourite tips to help learn and remember choreography… WATCH THE CHOREOGRAPHY. Watch the choreography first, before repeating or asking questions. After […]

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Things Every Dancer Should Know Before Going En Pointe

Most young ballerinas will tell you that they have one big dream for their dancing career… to be En Pointe! Dancing En Pointe, or on your toes in special Pointe shoes, requires a huge amount of strength and ballet technique. Ballet teachers will have strict requirements you will need to fulfil before you can start […]

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Why Learn to Sing?

Why Learn to Sing? 1. Be Versatile You may have heard the term “triple threat” mentioned in performing arts circles and wondered what that means. A triple threat performer is an individual who can dance, act and sing – adding voice to your list of skills can be an invaluable way to set yourself apart from […]

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Performer Diary: Sylvia at PIAF

Performer Diary: Sylvia at PIAF Manager and music teacher Miss Sylvia has shared with us some thoughts about her recent performance at the Perth International Arts Festival closing weekend! Sylvia was one of just 27 local singers from a total of 70 who auditioned for the chance to perform onstage alongside the House Gospel Choir, an […]

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A Teacher’s Perspective – Sarah on why she loves dance

To get into the spirit of Term Two here at WAPS, we asked Sarah, one of our teachers a few questions about what dance means to her.   How did you get started in dancing? I started as a teenager, and decided to join because all my friends did dance classes and they all seemed […]

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Our Performance Troupe’s shows with Peter Combe

Review: Peter Combe, Wash Your Kids In Orange Juice Have you seen The West’s review of Peter Combe’s Wash Your Kids In Orange Juice shows? You can check it out here – we are absolutely thrilled that the Pro Performance Troupe got a mention in this great review, and are very proud of our young […]

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