Elizabeth A. Miklavcic - Choreographic Works
What?

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Further information about What? is available in the Education area of the Another Language Performing Arts Company website.


(1984) What?
This Experimental Floss Performance at the Salt Lake Art Center Main Gallery was the debut of What? Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work is about two people unable to communicate with themselves and the outside world. The original costuming and make-up was influenced by the Punk Movement.

(1986) What?
This performance of What? was included in the structure of a newly created thirty-six minute performance art work, Ted Speaks His Mind. Created for the Salt Lake Art Council's Brown Bag Concert Series, where performances took place in various downtown locations at noon throughout the summer. This is a good example of how costuming and performance environment influences the perception and effect of a work of art.

(1986) 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. This performance was for As Our Thoughts Escape Us Another Language Performing Arts Company's debut concert.

(1992) What?
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic in 1984, What? is about two people unable to communicate. The original costuming is used here with an adjustment to the make-up eliminating the skull caps for practical reasons, since both dancers performed in additional works in the concert. This work was very active in the company repertoire. This performance was for Another Language In Concert, March 6-15, 1992.

(1992) What?
Michael Larkin stepped into this role quickly to learn What? since Elizabeth A. Miklavcic was injured. Both Sarah Hudelson and Michael Larkin in new roles intensely performed this very difficult and physically challenging dance. What? is about two people speaking a similar language, but still unable to communicate. This performance was for the Utah Arts Festival, June 25-26, 1992.

(1993) What?
Elizabeth A. Miklavcic's first major performance back from severely spraining her right ankle. Performed with Michael Larkin, the synchronicity and intense energy of both dancers was one of the most powerful performances of this work. This was also Michael Larkin's last performance with Another Language. This concert was for the Utah Arts Festival, June 23-26, 1993.

(1995) What?
Performed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic and Spencer John Powell for Another Language Performing Arts Company's tenth anniversary concert, Stepping Into The Light, April 21, 1995.