History - Fantasy Flights (1992)
November 13 - 14, 1992 - Another Language Performance Studio, 345 West Pierpont Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah

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Dancers Introduction
Each member of the company introduces themselves to the audience in their own, unique way. Will everyone remember their names?

That Darn Arm (1985)
This trio, choreographed by Elizabeth Miklavcic to the music of Count Basie, showcases the motion of the wayward arm.

Music for Bubble Biters (1987)
This was one of many performances of Music for Bubble Biters. The work later became the subject of a mockumentary of the same name, directed by Elizabeth Miklavcic in 2005.

Audience Participation
Elizabeth Miklavic helps the audience to write their name with their eyebrow during a break in the concert to set up the next performance piece.

Born in the Belly Button of a Great Gray Whale
Based on a poem written by Michael Seare and recited by Adam Fowler, Marianne Benson choreographed this abstraction of sea creatures at play.

Avoid Your First Inclinations
This work, choreographed by Jimmy Miklavcic, is the result of merging squeeze toys and electrical conduit with the idea of a marching band.

Audience Participation
Elizabeth, with the help of young Drew, gets the audience to brush their hair with their knee.

A Quirk In Progress
This quirky quintet of billowing cow pants was choreographed by Sherri Savick. Sherri's quick choreographic wit brings this hilarious work alive.

Banner Project Description
Elizabeth Miklavcic describes the Banner Project and the various banners designed created by company members for this concert.

Thoughts Unfolding
The structured improvisation, performed by the company, was inspired by a performance for the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA) conference in 1990.

Audience Talking With Dancers