A brutal attack inspired this action comedy coming to Wollongong's IPAC in November

Desiree Savage
October 18 2022 - 8:00pm
Hung-Yen Yang's play A Practical Guide to Self Defence - a marvellous mashup of Martial Arts, storytelling and digital animation - will be on at IPAC next month. Picture: Anna Warr
Hung-Yen Yang's play A Practical Guide to Self Defence - a marvellous mashup of Martial Arts, storytelling and digital animation - will be on at IPAC next month. Picture: Anna Warr

A random act of violence on a train which left Hung-Yen Yang bedridden for weeks has formed the basis of a new action comedy set for the Wollongong stage in November.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

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