Piper Huynh is a Melbourne-based theatre-maker driven by untold stories. She has worked extensively with Western Edge Youth Arts as an emerging artist and has facilitated community-engaged Playback Theatre workshops in Melbourne, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. With an array of disciplines, Piper produces accessible works that address issues of intersectionality and identity while inviting new audiences. As a stage/production manager her credits include Ode To Man, Surprise Party with Jem and Dead Max, My Ancestral Roots, Salt and Anti-Hamlet.
‘ECL is an invaluable program for artists wanting to learn, thrive and get practical advice about the industry. The program is a warm, nurturing and safe environment for ideation and exploration of interests. You can’t get direct honest stories and experiences anywhere else.’
1 – Piper Huynh. Image by Snehargho Ghosh.