History - Utah Arts Festival (1992)
June 25 & 26, 1992 - Festi-Live Stage in the Delta Center at the Triad Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Changes In Space
Choreographed by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, was a work inspired from the audio score by William S. Burroughs and Martin Olson. It is about the loss or illusion of individuality or manifest destiny.

Ignorance of Burden
Jeannin Chan stepped into this duet due to Elizabeth A. Miklavcic's injury. Ignorance of Burden is about co-dependency, the partners involved are unaware of their burdens.

Company Tasks in Clapping Stacks
An upbeat dance choreographed by Gunild Pak. Company Tasks in Clapping Stacks is about the hoops and obstacles one encounters when dancing for an independent performing arts company.

Michael Larkin stepped into this role quickly to learn What? since Elizabeth A. Miklavcic was injured. Both Sarah Hudelson and Michael Larkin in new roles intensely performed this very difficult and physically challenging dance. What? is about two people speaking a similar language, but still unable to communicate.

Avoid Your First Inclinations
Choreographed by Jimmy H. Miklavcic, this work is a whimsical look at the creative decisions one makes after one avoids first inclinations. It also incorporates Jimmy's past experiences in the Williamstown High School Marching Band, replacing traditional instruments with squeeze toys and PVC pipe.

A Quirk In Progress
The concert finale for the Utah Arts Festival. This dance was new to the company repertoire. Guest choreographer Sherri Savick was invited to set this work on Another Language Performing Arts Company. Jeannine Chan stepped into the role that Elizabeth A. Miklavcic was unable to dance due to her injury. Jeannine did such a great job that the role remained hers for the duration of the work's run with the company.