Trey Morgan Lewis, Executive Director
"Act well thy part. There all honor lies." These words hold true to
Trey Morgan Lewis. He serves as the co founder and executive director of The Sankofa Collective, formally known as Bayou Theatre Company. Trey is also the Artistic Director of Houston's first African-American Playwright Festival, Fade to Black. Trey Morgan has directed over 10 productions.
Some of his noted productions are The Colored Series, Profiles of Blackness, Pecong, Black Nativity, Gems, and The Easter Story. He was nominated
Best Actor for the role of Mister in the G.W. Carver's 2013 production of
The Color Purple by the Theatre Under the Stars’ Tommy Tune Awards committee. He has received over 8 UIL One Act Play Competition acting awards. He was most recently seen in TUTS' 2018 fall production of The Wiz (Ensemble), directed by Broadway's Robert O'Hara and Choreographed by Byron Easley. Some of his favorite performance credits are Miss Ever's Boys (Hodman Bryant) at Pearl Theater, Best of Enemies (Bill Riddick) at Pasadena Little Theater, Men with Broken Hearts (Sammy) at Sam Houston State University. The Piano Lesson (Wining Boy) at Prairie View A&M University; Little Shop of Horrors (Mr. Mushnik), Ruined (Jerome Kisembe), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Cutler), The Wiz (The Wiz/Technical Director), Sweet Charity (Herman), The Darker Face of The Earth (Alexander), Dearly Departed (Junior) at G.W Carver Magnet High School.
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