St Louis native, Tre’von Griffith (better known by stage name Tre G) is an independent artist, creative and music director. He has been apart of the creative team of productions… Read More
St Louis native, Tre’von Griffith (better known by stage name Tre G) is an independent artist, creative and music director. He has been apart of the creative team of productions at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, COCA, St. Louis Black Rep, Metro Theater Company, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, TLT Productions and companies in Europe and China. In 2020, Tre G formed WerQFest, an annual arts & culture festival celebrating and highlighting black queerness. GO! Magazine by St. Louis Post-Dispatch named Tre G “2016 Rising Star” and has also landed a spot in DELUX Magazine’s Emerging 30 Under 30. Tre G received his master’s degree in Global Entertainment and Music Business from Berklee College of Music campus in Valencia, Spain. @treg_music
Brandin’s passion began in Chicago with a strong foundation of earning the true technique of a well-constructed garment. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the Illinois Art Institute and… Read More
Brandin’s passion began in Chicago with a strong foundation of earning the true technique of a well-constructed garment. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the Illinois Art Institute and began working for local designers while also establishing a name for himself by participating in fashion shows and related projects showcasing his work. With seven years of experience under his belt and a desire to revitalize fashion in a new area with his own brand, Brandin decided to move back to St. Louis to jump-start the fashion scene. Brandin began at full speed and quickly made a name for himself in St. Louis. After 3 years of hard work, he successfully became a sought out designer in the city and opened his boutique in February 2018, the Brandin Vaughn Collection (BVC). BVC has been featured in a number of articles and magazines such as Alive Magazine and the St. Louis American newspaper. Most notably, BVC was featured on the cover of Upscale Magazine with a 3-page editorial spread. The collection was modeled by celebrity actress and entrepreneur Vivica A. Fox. Brandin’s recent endeavors include working with the Isley Brothers on their 60th-anniversary documentary and costume design for the St. Louis Black Rep and the Center of Creative Arts (COCA).
Leadership support for A Midsummer Night’s Dream is provided by Jack & Anne Bader, Commerce Bank, Dr. Debbie A. Depew & Mr. Brad Moore, Michael and JiaMin Dierberg, Alison & John Ferring and