Help WAYTCo celebrate

We’ve scored a string of successes here at WAYTCo and we’d love you to help us celebrate. Come to King St on Wednesday August 15th 6-8pm and get together with cast members from “Mine“, acting classmates from Actors Studio, Boot Camp and Sundays and meet some of the cast of our upcoming show “Wind“.
This year we have more members than ever, our attendances across the board are up, the interest and attention we’re receiving from young artists and theatre makers in WA has never been higher and we are blessed with some of the most extraordinarily talented emerging theatre performers, directors, designers and production staff in Australia. Reasons enough to celebrate!


Studio three at the King St Arts Centre (the big one on the south side top floor) has been booked for our social night – it’s big but it’s important we know numbers so if you’re planning on coming let us know! Comment on this post, join the Facebook event or email to confirm your attendance.


There are only 2 left in this season – Garreth Bradshaw’s “Beyond Method Acting” and Phil Thomson’s “Becoming the Other”. Both are heavily booked but there are still one or two places left on each. Contact us to get involved.

Last weeks Impro workshop with Sam Longley was held at the State Theatre Centre – here are some images.

Impovisers warm up

Improvisers warm up with a special game of tag

Sam Longley talks

The loquacious Sam Longley instructs actors

Improvisors get ready

Improvisers get ready to think fast!

And now a message from our Sponsors…

Make Your Own Poster Competition!

Students in Western Australia are invited to help spread an important public health message, as part of a state-wide competition launched by Mentally Healthy WA today.

The ‘Make Your Own Poster’ competition encourages primary and secondary students to create a poster encouraging fellow students to lead an active life for a mentally healthy mind.

The competition is open to primary school and secondary school students and closes on 14th September 2012. For the full details on how to enter visit

Mentally Healthy WA is working in partnership with the Department of Sport and Recreation, Mindmatters and Kidsmatter to highlight the important link between living an active lifestyle and mental health.

ABC Make Your Own Poster


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