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Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) says
“Exciting and engrossing theatre-going” – David Zampatti on TILT 2015.

WAAPA’s graduating performance-makers hit The Blue Room Theatre stage at full tilt in a mini-festival of short works.

TILT is an annual mini festival of theatre. Nine diverse theatre pieces introduce the next generation of performance makers. Treadmills, wheelbarrows, and miniature houses transport audiences to extraordinary worlds, from a seaside town to an underground colony and into outer space.

TILT provides an exciting opportunity for audiences to engage with new ideas and fresh faces in the theatre world. The graduating class of WAAPA’s Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA) students majoring in Performance Making present self-devised works over a two-week program at The Blue Room Theatre.

TILT Program One
In Paradise six desperate souls begin to rot as they sweat for forgiveness.
Deep underground in The Colony, three workers test the limits of their regimented world.
Remnant explores the theme of memory and moving on through objects filled with life.
The Disposable takes a humorous look at sweeping the stage.

TILT Program Two
A troubled and desperate duo try to find what they are looking for in The Disposables.
Rocketman poses the question of what makes you worth saving?
The wolf is set free in Hunting Beauty.
A buried giant sleeps beneath a seaside town on the edge of Western Australia in Where the Giant Fell.

WAAPA’s BPA Performance Making course prepares independent, self-reliant and entrepreneurial artists to be the initiators of their own work. Students are encouraged to experiment with form and are equipped with a broad range of skills from acting, movement and voice work to puppetry, directing and writing.

DATES:
TILT Program One: 31st Aug – 3rd Sep 2016
TILT Program Two: 7th Sep – 10th Sep 2016
Venue: The Blue Room Theatre, 53 James St, Northbridge. WA 6003

Times: 7pm (plus Saturday matinée 2pm)
Tickets: $20 +bf
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By: Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

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