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 Middletown resident  Toto Kisaku  is originally from Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His  Requiem for an Electric Chair  is the harrowing story of his imprisonment and near-execution there in 2015, before he was granted political asylum in the United States.

Middletown resident Toto Kisaku is originally from Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His Requiem for an Electric Chair is the harrowing story of his imprisonment and near-execution there in 2015, before he was granted political asylum in the United States.

 
 The New England Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce the 2018 awardees of the Rebecca Blunk Fund. Each of the three recipients will receive an award of $3,000 in unrestricted support for the creation of new work and for professional development; the awardees are: 

The New England Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce the 2018 awardees of the Rebecca Blunk Fund. Each of the three recipients will receive an award of $3,000 in unrestricted support for the creation of new work and for professional development; the awardees are: