Akiko Aizawa joined SITI in 1997 and has appeared in 30 shows including The Bacchae (BAM, Guthrie), A Rite (with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Co.), Falling & Loving (with STREB Extreme Action), Steel Hammer (music by Julia Wolfe), American Document (with Martha Graham Dance Co.), the theater is a blank page (with Ann Hamilton), Trojan Women (Getty Villa), bobrauschenberg-america (American Repertory Theatre), Radio Macbeth (Public Theater) and Culture of Desire (NYTW), all directed by Anne Bogart; and Hanjo (Japan Society), directed by Leon Ingulsrud. Other credits: Suicide Forest (dir. Aya Ogawa), Sleep (dir. Rachel Dickstein); The Trojan Women, Three Sisters, Dionysus, The Bacchae, The Chronicle of Macbeth, Ivanov, Waiting for Romeo and Greetings from the Edge of the Earth (as a member of SCOT 1987-1993, dir. Tadashi Suzuki). Akiko has been teaching Suzuki Method of Actor Training for 25 years. She is originally from Akita, Japan.
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