Condola Rashad’s eyes convey volumes. Any fan of Showtime’s Billions knows the camera can’t resist Assistant D.A. Kate Sacker’s peepers. But you don’t need a screen close-up to experience their magnetic power: On stage – where Rashad’s roles have ranged from Shakespeare’s Juliet (opposite the Romeo of Orlando Bloom) to Sophie, a girl from Congo whose “value” has been destroyed by sexual violence in Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined – those eyes, wide and…
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