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'The year 1996 was one of those 'best of times, worst of times' for Angus Cerini. In perhaps its defining moment, he was beaten up on a train by a group of young men after intervening when they harassed a couple of older women.' (Introduction)
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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-10-25/angus-cerini-playwright-interview-wonnangatta-the-bleeding-tree/12808080Playwright Angus Cerini on How Theatre Saved Him, and Examining Australian Masculinity in Wonnangatta, The Bleeding TreeABC News [Online]