History - Behind-The-Scenes (1986)
1986

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Rehearsal Space
Westgate Fine Arts Center at 342 West 200 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, was under renovation. The owners donated a rehearsal space to Another Language Performing Arts Company for the Summer of 1986.
Out of This Comes... September (1985) Rehearsal
Company dancers Geneva Ann Moss and Wendy Thompson assist Elizabeth Miklavcic in developing some choreographic lifts and phrases at the "Old" Dance Building - Studio 326, University of Utah. Out of This Comes... was performed in the school's annual concert in 1986.
Out of This Comes... October (1985) Rehearsal
Students at the Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville, Kentucky run through the entire dance in one of the rehearsal studios. Out of This Comes... was performed in the school's annual concert in 1986.
One Door Down August (1986) Rehearsal
Co-choreographed by Elizabeth Miklavcic and Daniel Killpack, a silent run-through at the summer rehearsal studio located at the Westgate Fine Arts Center 342 West 200 South in Salt Lake City, Utah.
One Door Down September (1986) Rehearsal
Co-choreographed by Elizabeth Miklavcic and Daniel Killpack, another silent run-through at the summer rehearsal studio located at the Westgate Fine Arts Center 342 West 200 South in Salt Lake City, Utah.
When The Floor Bounces August (1986) Rehearsal
During the choreographic process sketches of original music by Jimmy Miklavcic were tried out on Elizabeth Miklavcic's choreography. 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.
When The Floor Bounces September (1986) Rehearsal
When the Floor Bounces choreographic structure was completed at this point in time, and the dance was waiting for the final score. Work began on this piece in March of 1986, after much experimentation the structure of this dance was completed. Fine tuning the movement and timing continued until the first performance on September 26, 1986.