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How do you get into WAAPA for acting?

How do you get into WAAPA for acting?

Admission to all of these courses is by audition and/or interview. Admission to the Bachelor programs at WAAPA also requires completion of entrance requirements for ECU. If you don’t meet University admission requirements you should discuss your options with staff at WAAPA.

Is it hard to get into WAAPA acting?

WAAPA is therefore very selective and only about 1%-4% of the actors who auditioned, actually get in. So it’s important to be fully prepared and understand what is required of you at the audition.

What does WAAPA stand for?

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

Where did Australian actors study acting?

Australia’s big five are a great place to start your search process.

  • National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)
  • Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
  • Victorian College of the Arts (VCA)
  • Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
  • Actors Centre Australia (ACA)

Can I audition for the acting course at WAAPA?

This article is mainly aimed at those looking to audition for the acting course at WAAPA. Many of the principles discussed are relevant if you are auditioning for musical theatre, but the layout of the audition will be slightly different.

Why choose WAAPA?

WAAPA’s aim is to train technically adept actors who are informed, passionate and enquiring. With a focus on hands-on training taught by industry professionals, WAAPA’s acclaimed teaching staff are committed to helping each student realise their artistic ambitions through intensive practice-based training.

How many acting agencies are there in Australia?

Now that you have the lay of the land, we’ll break down the top six Australian acting agencies and their submission policies. The following isn’t an exhaustive list-there are a number of wonderful, smaller boutiques around the country, too-but it’s important to be aware of the leaders in any market.

How do I find out more about WAAPA courses?

We offer three year and one year, full time courses in the following disciplines: For further enquiries please contact Student Recruitment on 134 328, or for calls outside Australia, (61 8) 6304 0000. If you would like to know more about WAAPA courses, please visit the WAAPA Study areas web page.