His name is Matt Horowitz, and he’s strikingly chill. With a big interest in Russian language and culture, it’s only natural that much of Matt’s life these days is consumed and pleasantly digested by his Russian class. Matt, however, with what life he retains from the clutches of Russian class, will be playing the role of Van in a production of “Dog Sees Good.” Rumor has it that actors in this role sometimes inadvertently manage to seduce certain members of the audience. We will have to wait and see. Matt, as an actor, is also into social activism, and he will also be in the Fall 2012 production of “8,” a show calling out the injustice of California’s proposition 8, which (for any of you distant future Fairchildren who may not have heard) is a really bad thing that has been bouncing around California trying to take away the right to same sex marriage. Now, back to Matt. To fuel his many passions, it is notable that Matt too has begun to fall to the addictive backmonkey known as coffee.
Once, in the spring of 2012, there appeared many large boxes in the fair fairkid dining room that seemed to have migrated there hunting ovens. Matt and a couple comrades, however, gutted the boxes for loot, and struck gold in finding a hilarious though slightly claustrophobic hangout spot. Notable too was the onlooking fairchildrens’ assumption that jiggy was being got inside the boxes. In fact, as Matt puts it, they were simply making “an upside down ruckus.”
Fun Facts about Matt: His favorite co-op food is “Big Bushell Bruselsprouts,” whatever that means. His patronus is an otter, and he once made an otter out of bread. Also, Matt has been informed that the quest to find Waldo is over; Waldo has been terminated. And his 3-word-self-portrait is “Off the cuff.”
My Bio, lovingly crafted by our new co-op historian, Colin Seikel. I approve of this so much that it’s like my approval glands are in overdrive. To those of you fairkids reading this, Colin is undertaking a bio-writing project so you should talk to him if you want to be immortalized in prose like me!