Trey Mitchell is a New York City based Choreographer, Director, and Teacher. A Virginia native, he graduated from North Carolina School of the Arts before receiving his BFA in Musical Theatre from Shenandoah University.
Trey’s acting career began on the road portraying Frank Lippencott in the National Tour of “Wonderful Town” and as The Cat in The Hat in “Seussical.” Regionally he was seen as L.A. in “Gypsy” at North Shore Music Theatre (starring Vicki Lewis) and as Posner in the regional premiere of “The History Boys” at Northern Stage Company. New York credits include “The Drowsy Chaperone” at The Gallery Players (Winner of four New York Innovative Theatre Awards, including Best Musical) and as Trevor in “The Jungle Fun Room” (New World Stages/New York International Fringe Festival).
As a choreographer, Trey’s credits include “A Little Night Music” at The Gallery Players (2014 New York Innovative Theater Award Nominee for Best Musical), “Wonderful Town” (Gallery Players), “The Lover” (GAMUT Theater), “Nine” (Hollins University), and “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (Burton Center for the Performing Arts). Other shows include Oklahoma!, Annie Get Your Gun, Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, and as Associate Choreographer for Dreamgirls and Rent (Gallery Players).
This past summer, Trey premiered a piece for SIDEWAYS, a contemporary company based in Atlanta, and most recently worked with Troy University, teaching and setting pieces for their Dance and Theatre Departments. For the past four years, he has served as the Master Musical Theatre Instructor and Acting for Dancers Teacher at the Joffrey Ballet School’s Summer South Intensive. Trey currently performs with the Dance/Theater Company, “The Treehouse Shakers” and continues to teach and choreograph across the country. He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.