About Tre Productions
Founded in 2018, Tre Productions was created by Tre Floyd to give a platform to talent and untold stories. Tre Productions focuses on stage productions, web-series and more. Tre Productions is the parent company of the non profit organization Elevating Voices which mission is to give a voice to black LGBT characters through authentic and innovative stories. Since its inception, Tre Productions has achieved great success in a small period of time. In 2019, Tre Productions will showcase the first all black cast dinner theater. For more information or inquires about bringing your story to life please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tre is a native of Mississippi and has been in some form of the arts since childhood. He acted in church plays and sang in local talent shows as a young child. He wrote his first stage play as a junior in high school and produced it while still in high school. As a teenager, Tre began to perfect his craft by formally training in ballet, jazz, and modern dance. He was a former member of MS: The Dance Company and a founding member of Hinge Dance Company. While pursuing an accounting degree (and graduating with honors), Tre also learned all about stage and film within his Theatre Arts minor. He has trained dancers and performed in front of thousands, both acting and dancing. Love Sex and Marriage: The Stage Play(LSM) was Tre’s first major stage production and tour. The production did 25 shows in 10 cities. After the success of LSM try began working on “Dear John”, a murder mystery dinner theater.
Currently Tre is prepare for his second national tour with the self-written show titled “Before Black Lives Matter.” A few of his favorite celebrities are Shonda Rhimes and Hill Harper.
His favorite quote is
“Everyday in Africa a lion wakes up. He knows he must outrun the slowest gazelle or he wont survive. Everyday in Africa a gazelle wakes up. He knows he must outrun the fastest lion or her wont survive. So whether you are a lion or a gazelle, when you wake up, you better be running.”