A few years back, Kaiser and I were in a production of Manalive that has been kept carefully unreleased in order to ratchet up dramatic tension to unbearable levels. I anticipate a world premiere at my funeral or perhaps in some ensuing decade when the sensitive reappraisals of my legacy begin.
After playing Innocent Smith, I went back to pursuing my life’s goal of becoming a disgraced former columnist for a national Catholic periodical, a goal for which I am proud to say I met and exceeded expectations.
Kaiser has gone on to break into television–most recently playing a guy who, ‘ow you say?, bit off more than he could chew in The Vampire Diaries:
He thoughtfully replied:
Yeah Mark, that’s the main lesson, I would say. It’s like Pope Francis says when people ask him what it takes to be a good person, “You know, like, don’t paint with human blood, I guess. That’s it mostly.” – NY Times
I appreciate that Kaiser is out there making art that really reminds us of the fundamentals.