Chris Kayser returns to Horizon Theatre as Richard in Time Stands Still after his exciting performance in last season’s Superior Donuts.
Horizon patrons might remember you from?
Quills, The Lonesome West, Skylight, The Drawer Boy, and Superior Donuts.
What has been your favorite role at Horizon?
Arthur in Superior Donuts.
Who are you playing in Time Stands Still?
Richard Ehrlich, the photo editor the magazine Jamie and Sarah often work for. But he has also had a long and personal relationship with both of them.
What drew you to this role?
A great sort of confluence of my relationship with Carolyn Cook and the richness of the script.
Have you worked with the other members of the cast before?
Yes, all of them. I just spent three summers with Ann Marie Gideon at Georgia Shakespeare. Carolyn Cook and I have done 40-50 plays together. Robin and I did The Ladies Man at Theatre in the Square.
What is your favorite line in the show?
“Now I’ll know what it’s like. I can die happy.”
When not performing, we might see you?
Narrating audio books, playing in a tennis league, or playing bocce ball.
Do you have any projects on the horizon?
Scrooge in A Christmas Carol.