Tré Calhoun

TRÉ CALHOUN is a theatre artist based in New York. Originally from Ohio, he moved to NYC from Seattle, where he resided for four years. He has acted in productions with Taproot Theatre Company, Washington Ensemble Theatre, Forward Flux Productions, and Book-It Repertory Theatre. He wrote and performed his solo rap-musical, “25-35,” at Theatre Off Jackson. In the Seattle Fringe Festival, he produced “The Black Eye Society: A Cycle” (music, book, and lyrics) and “Dirt + Dew” (playwright, director). He co-wrote Pony World Theatre’s world-premiere production of “American Archipelago,” and his plays “Superpowers” and “The Other Town” were workshopped with Parley Productions. His play, “Hand,” was commissioned for Mirror Stage’s Expand Upon: Homelessness series. Other work has been presented with Acropolis Performance Lab, Theater Artists Olympia, Edmonds Driftwood Players, and more. He is an Associate Playwright alumnus of Parley and a member of the Northwest Playwrights Alliance. MFA Playwriting Candidate: Columbia University. BA: Cornell University. Website.