GOLDIES 2012: Anna Ishida - Page 2

A a chameleon-like quality and versatile vocals that make her so compelling to watch on stage.

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GUARDIAN PHOTO BY SAUL BROMBERGER AND SANDRA HOOVER

Then she laughs, considering some of her recent roles: a Russian tsaritsa, Poseidon (in Shotgun's The Salt Plays, Part Two: Of the Earth), and Tamora. "I may have escaped being typecast as Asian," she allows, "but now I'm typecast as the angry queen. The angry god-queen!"

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