History - As Our Thoughts Escape Us (1986)
September 26 - 27, 1986 - Theatre 208, U of U Modern Dance Dept., Salt Lake City, Utah

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What?
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work is about two people unable to communicate. The original costuming and make-up gave the dance a futuristic flare.

Slip of the Tongue
This performance work of Jody Plant's poetry was staged and performed by Jimmy Miklavcic. The debut concert performance was not recorded, a subsequent performance from 1990 has been inserted to represent the concert order.

Could This Be Part of My Childhood?
Choreographed by Tina Karlsson in 1982 this solo work was set on Elizabeth A. Miklavcic in 1986 for the As Our Thoughts Escape Us debut concert.

Speed Junkies
Written and performed by David Scott Chamberlain this text addresses the need for speed in peoples lives.

When the Floor Bounces
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work was created for the Another Language Debut Concert. It was an investigation into the manipulation and interaction between the dancers and the changing environment. Created so that it could be performed in children's concerts.

She Was Such a Good Little Girl
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work was originally commissioned in 1983 for a rally against rape and performed in the Utah State Capitol Rotunda. This work was restaged for the Another Language Performing Arts Company debut concert in 1986.

One Door Down
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic and Daniel Killpack this work was created for the Another Language Debut Concert. Originally developed for Shirley Ririe's composition class at the University of Utah Modern Dance Department, this work was re-staged for the proscenium venue.

Aging In The Happiest Place On Earth
Written and performed by David Scott Chamberlain this text addresses how perceptions and actions change as one ages.

Canopy
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work evokes a timeless feeling of women attempting to emerge from their veiled tethers. The 1986 version was not recorded, as a representation of the debut concert order, the original 1982 version is inserted in this concert sequence.