At first I thought it might be Kafka I was reading, then it struck me. It was the best definition of Hell I'd read in years:
"Who would think to go into a field of employment in which a certain level of training and skill is at the same time mandatory and immaterial?"
The light shed in Lawrence Christon's article ("So Many Actors, So Few Roles," Nov. 15) was at once heartbreaking and perfectly true.
AL ALU, actor