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A southern girl through and through, Miche' (pronounced Muh-
Miche’ Smith is a dancer, actor and choreographer from Gautier, Mississippi. She grew up training where her mother and aunt trained, leading her to chase a life in the arts in pursuit of telling stories which would inspire and empower others. A graduate of Troy University, Miche’ completed both a Bachelor’s of Science in Theatre and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and was awarded the David Dye Award for Excellence in Theatre Artistry. Some of Miche's favorite stories to tell have been Nora in Dollhouse, Minnie Dove Charles in Flyin' West, and Flotsam in The Little Mermaid. Upon graduation, Miche’ accepted a position as acting apprentice at Aurora Theatre in Atlanta, where she continued to hone her skills as an actor, educator, and performer. Her most recent choreographic story was a commissioned dance film, Count It All, as a Dihvinely Konnecked fellow with Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre. Her creative work has recently appeared at Atlanta Film Festival,Bronze Lens Film festival, MAD film festival, LoveDanceMore, SLPublicLibrary, Noori Dance film festival, Dance Camera West, Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival and Plan-B theatre. Miche’ has had the pleasure to perform works by Jose Limon, Andrea Miller, Stefanie Batten-Bland, Yin Yue, Raja Feather Kelly, LajaMartin and more. Miche’ aims to create an evocative, interdisciplinary body of work that encourages us to expose our humanity, examine our wounds, and deeply connect with one another empathetically. She joined Ririe-Woodbury Dance company in 2021 and is excited to continue growing as an artist and educator. When she's not creating, Miche' loves to dive into the abyss of YouTube, try new yummy foods, and spend time with her loved ones!
"my heart is in my mind. i think this is why i am an artist."-Nayyirah Waheed.
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