"We all have stories to tell. The mediums and voices with which we tell them can be endless. Let me help bring your story to life"
Michael “Arche” Twitty is foremost a storyteller. Poet, playwright, actor, and educator, Arche utilizes poetic language and a dramatic sensibility to build bridges that connect the facets of human experience, and to help discover the value and power of our own voices. The Chattanooga native found his voice in poetry, leading to several video collaborations with The Pop-Up Project, including being prominently featured in the independent film The Light We Share. The stage and screen continue to be exciting mediums for expression for Arche as he explores writing and theatrical performance in several productions around the TN/GA region. 2022 was a year of theatrical explosion, beginning with the lead role of "Cal" in the original play Flannery's Cafe, and continuing into a role as Lord Longaville in the Scenic City Shakespeare company's adaptation of William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, followed by the lead role of Edmond Dantes in Back Alley Production's The Count of Monte Cristo, finally ending the year with the titular role in Scenic City Shakespeare's Hamlet. While passionate about the stories he tells, Arche is committed to teaching and helping others to find their voices through coaching, education, poetry and performance in workshops and classrooms throughout his native Chattanooga, TN.
The Light We Share Trailer (2021) - (Selected for The Nashville Film Festival and the Lake County Film Festival)
HOPE (video snippet) - Pop-Up Project video clip
SIT-INS Dance Video - Pop-Up Project video
Fall vs Dive (audio feature on Andrew Meador's album PRIDE)
I Get Nervous (clip from The Plug Poetry interview)
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Michael "Arche" Twitty
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Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
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