Jimmy H. Miklavcic - Performance Roles
1981 - 1995

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(1995) Coyote Meets Kafka
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.

(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.

(1994) That Woman
Another Language artist-in-residence and guest choreographer Hilary Carrier choreographed this trio on Elizabeth, Jimmy and Hanelle Miklavcic. This dance marked Hanelle Miklavcic's first performance with Another Language.

(1993) A Blank Stare and A Whisper
This thirty-minute work choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic was inspired by the music of Pamela Z.

(1993) Looking For Me
Created and staged by Michael Larkin this play in three acts is adapted from a Pueblo myth retold by Gerald McDermott in Arrow to the Sun.

(1992) A Quirk In Progress
Guest choreographer Sherri Savick-Hutten set this work on Another Language Performing Arts Company during the 1992 season and it was an active work in the company repertoire.

(1992) The President's Resignation
A theatrical work created by Jon Scoville with prose by Mark Strand and restaged for the Another Language in Concert held March 6-15, 1992.

(1992) Sarah's Piano
A dance/theatre work created by Sarah Hudelson for the Another Language in Concert held March 6-15, 1992.

(1992) Perennial Rhythm
A quartet choreographed by Eleni Kambouris for the Another Language in Concert held March 6-15, 1992.

(1991) Fruit Soup
Inspiration - Abra-Ca-Zoot, New Duos of Fruit written by Carol Bennion, choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic, this Moving Words concert finale is an homage to Bob Fosse and her tap dance teacher Jo Reid.

(1991) Cow Chronicles
Guest choreographer Karen Frank-Ramos created this work to connect with the Springdale, Utah audience by using local composer Phillip K. Bimstein's music for Another Language on Tour, May 25, 1991.

(1991) A Little Peace and Quiet
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this performance work is mixture of theatre and dance. It examines the constant noise that we are exposed to and that we create.

(1990) Glimpse at the Goober in Your Galoshes
Originally choreographed and performed by Christopher Murry Ivins and Elizabeth A. Miklavcic to the music of Henry Kaiser. This challenging odyssey into a couples' "day in a life" was performed October 26, 1990 by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic for the 1990 Sounds That Art Makes, Henry Kaiser was the featured guest artist for this event.

(1990) Plax Attax
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this dance is a comment on the proliferation of plastic bottles. The rhythmic hitting was symbolic of environmental impact. In hindsight this work was about fifteen years ahead of its time.

(1990) Clapping Tasks in Clapping Stacks
Choreographed by Gunild Pak this high energy dance is a statement about the pace of keeping an independent performance company going. The debut of this work was for Another Language Performing Arts Company's On The Gutting Ledge Concert, June 1-3, 1990.

(1990) Foibles of Faith or The Human Side of Holy Worship
Choreographed by Elizabeth A. Miklavcic this work is an examination of two bizarre church stories that represent universal strange worship experiences. The female role represents the abuse or manipulation of symbolic icons. The debut was performed for Another Language Performing Arts Company's On The Gutting Ledge Concert, June 1-3, 1990

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

(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.