Evan Andrew Horwitz is a theater artist currently pursuing his MFA in Acting at Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company. He has acted in over thirty plays in the last decade. He most recently appeared as the Little Boy in Ragtime at Trinity Rep, directed by Curt Columbus. Favorite recent projects include the West Coast Premiere of Michael Perlman's At the Table, directed by Kate Bergstrom, A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Addie Gorlin, in which he played Blanche DuBois, and an ongoing collaboration with playwright Julia Izumi, for whom he has originated several roles. In 2018, Evan made his directorial debut with God of Carnage at Brown/Trinity, and his play Partial Totality was selected for a workshop at the Brown/Trinity Playwrights’ Lab. His solo show Anne Frank Live at the Plaza! is currently under development. His additional training includes work at the Educational Center for the Arts, the British American Drama Academy, and the American Conservatory Theater. He holds a B.A. in English from Bowdoin College.