Elizabeth A. Miklavcic - Performance Roles

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(1991) 7-7-4-2-2
This dance is named after the rhythm of a very fast flap sequence. Elizabeth is experimenting with mixing dance styles in this piece. As a response to lot of tap dance choreography that tends to stand in one spot, she focused on traveling movements and taking up a lot of space in this dance. All of Elizabeth's tap choreography is an homage to her tap dance teacher, Jo Reid, who taught her from the age of four to seventeen and gave her the gift of joy in movement.

(1991) 7-7-4-2-2
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this tap dance is named after a difficult and speedy roll series in the choreography. Originally choreographed and performed in 1990, this is the 1991 version performed at the Utah Arts Festival.