History - Where Paths Seldom Cross (1989)
June, 1989 - Site Specific Work in Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah

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Where Paths Seldom Cross Rehearsal (1989)

Concept & Structure: Jimmy H. Miklavcic
Choreographer: Gunild Pak
Choreographic Assistant: Christopher Murry Ivins
Costuming: Gunild Pak
Performers: Jimmy Miklavcic (Lead), Christopher Murry Ivins (Lead), Gunild Pak (Lead), Michele Angelos, David Cropper, Angie Head, Sarah Hudelson, Lori Hunter, David Martinez, Wayne Roddy
Videography: Stephen Randall
Location: University of Utah Department of Modern Dance Studio Theatre 208, Salt Lake City, Utah
Length: 21:20 minutes
The rehearsal space for Where Paths Seldom Cross needed to large enough to simulate a downtown intersection. The company was able to use Studio 208 at the University of Utah's old Dance Department building. Every thirty seconds, the performers either performed as they moved north and south or east and west, as they would at a real intersection.