About K-Mu Theater
K-Mu Theater is created by Toto Kisaku in 2003 with a focus on human daily life. Toto Kisaku bringing his spirit's Company everywhere. As a "Kinois" in mutation he is called to use his voice mixed with the human thoughts and creating one universe voice for the community. Some collaborative Projects, Partnerships, Festivals and Creations: Festival Toseka, Connexion Kin, French Instituts, OIF, Wallonie Bruxelles, Theater Embassy, Stichting DOEN, Goethe Institut, "Patati Patatra et des Tralalas" by D. Niangouna; "Tabataba" by BM Koltes; "Roberto Zucco" by BM Koltes; "20 ans, et Alors !" by Don Duyns; "Topdog/Underdog" by Suzan Lori Parks; "Rencontres au Pluriel" by Toto Kisaku; "Basas'ya Bazoba" by Toto Kisaku & Guido Kleene; "Surface" by Toto Kisaku. Toto was the recipient of the 2010 "Freedom to Create Prize," presented in Cairo, Egypt. Kisaku is among this year's Rebecca Blunk Fund awardees, awarded by the New England Foundation for the Arts.
"Requiem Fr An Electric Chair" is Toto's first play to be performed in English and is his debut performance in the United States.