Jimmy H. Miklavcic - Choreographic Works
1981 - 1995

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(1995) No Place Formaldehyde
Jimmy Miklavcic expanded his 1994 solo to a quartet, dancers are Rosie Banchero, Rebecca Groen, Mickey Mounarath and Travis Rasmussen.

(1994) No Place Formaldehyde
A solo created and performed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic, this work was an exploration of identity as seen through video and the ever present television set.

(1995) Coyote
This series of poems by Jose Knighton was originally performed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic for an Experimental Floss performance in 1984. Jimmy re-staged this performed poetry inside a dog cage donated by Sutherlands Lumber Company for Another Language Performing Arts Company's Stepping Into The Light concert.

(1992) Changes in Space
Choreographed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic and Elizabeth A. Miklavcic for the Another Language in Concert performance held March 6-15, 1992. This work was inspired by William S. Burroughs and Martin Olson's sound score. Elizabeth and Jimmy took different two to three minute sections of the dance and interpreted the concept of a population controlled by external forces.

(1991) Avoid Your First Inclinations
The inspiration for this surrealistic dance comes from the idea to ignore the first thing that comes to mind. Use the the second, third or some other idea, instead. This work was created from Jimmy's life experiences and influences.

(1991) 1000 Eyes
1,000 Eyes, based on Marilyn Chapman's poem One Thousand Eyes for One Eyed War, delved into the Israeli and Palestinian conflict in 1991.

(1989) Ignorance of Burden
Co-choreographed with Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this duet focuses on co-dependency and carrying the weight of a partner without even being aware of the burden.

(1989) Bootlegging
Choreographed and performed by Christopher Murry Ivins and Jimmy Miklavcic. Bootlegging was created out of the motional restrictions from wearing ski boots.

(1988) Photographic Memory
Choreographed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic and Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work was created for Elizabeth's graduate thesis concert Secrets Leaking and inspired by the title of a poem by William Butler Yeats.

(1986) 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 is shown here.

(1986) Ted Speaks His Mind
Co-created by Jimmy H. Miklavcic and Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work was developed for the Brown Bag Concert Series and performed at Dinwoody Park in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.

(1980) A Dog's Breath Comes In Green
Choreographed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic this solo was originally set on Elizabeth in 1980. This dance was performed in many different venues, not all were recorded. This 1990 performance was at the Snow College Crane Theatre in Ephraim, Utah.