Set in a fictional recycling depot of an Australian Disability Enterprise, Trash Talk explores some of the workplace issues faced by people living with disabilities.
Warrawong's Jordan Bowater, 25, who plays 'The Boss' said the show draws inspiration from the cast members' own experiences.
"I can relate to it a lot because I work in an ADE," he told the Mercury.
"What's great is that we're finally in a time where people can tell their own stories.
"So, us as people perceived to be intellectually disabled, we're telling our own story, from our experiences.
"If you want to learn something about the other side - our side - come along and you'll learn something and be entertained at the same time."
Merrigong Theatre Company and The Disability Trust will present a show created and performed by the Strangeways Ensemble.
The ensemble consists of seven actors, all of whom are perceived to have intellectual disabilities.
Mixing realism with fantasy, Trash Talk blends drama, humour, physical theatre, video projection and larger-than-life pro-wrestling-esque characters.
Following on from their inaugural production, 2017's The Outside Man, Trash Talk is directed by Anne-Louise Rentell.
"We have continued our creative process of developing the show through improvisations and drawing on the cast's personal experiences and interests," Ms Rentell said.
"It's been fantastic working in a highly imaginative space with hard-hitting truths to create a powerful piece of theatre by a talented group of people."
Ms Rentell said the idea of incorporating wrestling into the production came during the first year of the project's development.
She said this was tied to a discussion on work in an ADE, and how "that's recently potentially been threatened by some government changes".
"We thought it was an interesting thing to explore - justice in the workplace," she said.
"So that's where we get the fight on.
"It moves between a naturalistic workplace scenario, into this much more heightened wrestling space."
Dapto's Christian Tagliaferro, 23, plays 'Johnno/The Millennial', and 24-year-old Ethan Green from Woonona stars as 'Jamie/Kapow'.
"When you're a kid, wrestlers are like your superheroes," Tagliaferro said.
"When you get older, you can value it as an artform, or just a form of entertainment.
"What I like about this show is we've managed to combine both forms. We've found a middle ground which I feel can bring something different to the table."
Trash Talk will premiere at IPAC on January 29 and run until February 2.
Bookings here or phone 4224 5999.
It opens at Sydney's Riverside Theatres on February 14.
The show is for ages 12+, as it contains strong language and simulated physical violence.