History - The Artists' Exchange (1991)
July 28, 1991 - Another Language Performance Studio, 345 West Pierpont Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah

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Introduction - Another Language Performing Arts Company Artistic Director and Artists' Exchange organizer Elizabeth Miklavcic welcomes the audience to the seventh Artists' Exchange.

Melissa Mehan - One of the youngest artist to participate in an Artists' Exchange. The joy and love of dance shines through in this first performance for this inspired dancer.

Chris Allen - Initially contacted Another Language to perform as a Jazz Composer, but his explorations took an interestingly different approach toward body language and human behavior.

Interlude - Elizabeth Miklavcic encouraged the audience to look at the Easter Island sculpture during the upcoming intermission.

Eleni Kambouris - A member of Another Language Performing Arts Company, Eleni challenged herself to perform a structured improvisation for the audience.

Intermission - Audience members socialized and viewed Richard Thomson's Easter Island sculpture.

Richard Thomson - Discussed his motivation for creating an Easter Island sculpture. The discussion turned toward larger societal issues, such as what would future humans think of the remains of 20th century artifacts.

Mary Johnston-Coursey - Recently relocated from Chicago, Illinois, Mary performed her solo from a larger work that premiered in "The Windy City."

Show Your Teeth Comedy Improv - Shannon Bennet, Jason Novak, Trevor Williams and Chris Fuller took the audience for a comedic ride. This was the final performance of the seventh Artists' Exchange.