Trey Anthony
Playwright, executive producer, actor, creator, and stand-up comedian Trey Anthony is known for the groundbreaking production 'da Kink in My Hair. Debuting at the Toronto Fringe Festival, 'da Kink in my Hair, has been featured at the prestigious Toronto’s Princess of Wales Theatre, and in theatres in New York, San Diego and London, England.

Anthony is a former television producer for the Women’s Television Network and a writer for the Comedy Network and CTV. She is the first black Canadian woman to write and produce a television show on a major prime time Canadian network. A mentor and role model, Anthony, founded the Trey Anthony@One Centre in Toronto, where she offers classes on creative writing, well-being and spirituality. She hopes the centre will help change the way Canadian women view themselves.

She is also the Executive Producer of the Urban Women’s Comedy Festival, “da girl, sho is funny!” She co-wrote I Am Not a Dinner Mint and The Crap Women Swallow to Stay in a Relationship, which debuted in 2006 to sold-out audiences.

She volunteers with the Black Queer Youth Group, speaking to students about body image and other issues facing female adolescents, and gives away free tickets to her shows to youth and women in shelters. In 2009, Anthony produced the hit play Secrets of a Black Boy, which was a box office success! She is now busy working on her new production, The Trey Anthony Show, a talk show and her first feature film. She has recently been named a featured contributor/writer for the Toronto Star.

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Is Time Already Running Out for My Black, American Baby Nephew?

(48) Comments | Posted December 1, 2014 | 1:15 PM

Four and a half minutes after I read that a grand jury decided not to indict officer Darren Wilson, I sent a text to my sister in North Carolina.

"You need to get my baby out of that f*&&ing racist place called the U.S. south!"

'My baby' being my...

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Still Holding On to Anger About an Ex? Let it Go

(3) Comments | Posted March 22, 2013 | 6:04 PM

I am friends with all my exes! Many people find this very strange. I also talk quite regularly to most of my exes and each one of them always calls me to wish me happy birthday! At my last birthday party, my ex came with her new partner, who I...

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If I Was a Black Girl in Love With Myself

(18) Comments | Posted February 12, 2013 | 7:08 PM

In my quest to find love I have failed many times.... Yet recently I came to the realization that in order to find true and healthy love I must first be in love with myself! So I'm starting an empowerment movement to ask one million black womyn to fall in...

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How to Let Someone Go

(3) Comments | Posted May 11, 2012 | 6:10 PM

I'm a big believer in the new thinking that whatever shows up in your life, you have created it or attracted. Because I truly believe you create and attract every experience, it leaves little room for me to function from a victim mentality or be able to blame others for...

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Da Kink in My Uncle's Brain

(4) Comments | Posted February 12, 2012 | 1:50 AM

The Craziest Thing I've Ever Written
T. nthony
dedicated to my grandmother

I bet you didn't know my uncle is Jesus? He is the Soul Destroyer! He is under surveillance by unknown sources. He yells on public transit that he is GOD! Often, when he forgets or refuses...

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My Perky Boobs

(9) Comments | Posted June 22, 2011 | 1:41 PM

I want perky boobs.

Boobs that I can run down the street in a white tank top, no bra, and they would stay in place. Nipples always erect like Farrah Fawcett -- before she died. I think I should be the first black Charlie's Angel.

I also want a...

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