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Arisa Yura has worked extensively as an actress, movement and voice artist, and performance maker in Australia, Japan and Canada. Her theatre credits include Nippon Memories (National Institute of Dramatic Art’s Director’s Project), Rival of Men with Marshmallow Wave (Honda Theatre, Tokyo, Japan), Teen Dream (Fu-Gen Theatre Company, Toronto, Canada), the World Premiere of Justin Fleming’s play His Mother’s Voice with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company (Australian Theatre of Young People Select), we, the lost company with Clockfire Theatre Company (The Old 505 Theatre), Through A Distant Lens (Parramatta Riverside Theatres) and Visiting Hours for Vivid Festival (bAKHOUSE THEATRE Company). Her television credits include Lifestyle Café and her debut lead role in Ballad of Praying Mantis, which was a winner of an Eat Carpet Award (SBS).

Arisa makes her Lyric debut in the role of Ming in the 2017 production of Saint Saëns' The Japanese Princess. 

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