XYZ (2013)
February 22-24 & March 1-3, 2013

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Another Language Performing Arts Company and
University of Utah, Center for High Performance Computing, Salt Lake City, Utah

Jimmy Miklavcic - is the Founding Co-Director of Another Language Performing Arts Company and the co-director of the InterPlay series, a telematic collaborative performance form. A mixture of computer science, visual arts, music composition, acting, and multimedia experiences textures Jimmy's artistic background. In 1972, he began his visual arts studies at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. Focused mainly on painting, he also became involved in other artists' projects in theater, performance art, and music. In 1978 he continued his studies in Performing Arts, including acting, technical theatre and electronic music at Cabrillo Community College, Aptos, CA. Jimmy returned to higher education to study Computer Science at the University of Utah where he graduated in 1987 with a BS. He is currently a Multimedia Specialist for the Center for High Performance Computing and Digital Scholarship Lab at the Marriott Library, as well as, an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Communications at the University of Utah. Jimmy is the founder of ArtGrid, an informal consortium of artists and technologists that utilize the Access Grid technology for artistic pursuits. He has been awarded the Salt Lake City Mayor's Artists Award for the Performing Arts. Jimmy plays the character Marooned in XYZ telematic cinema project.

Elizabeth Ann Miklavcic - is the Founding Co-Director of Another Language Performing Arts Company established 1985. She is a choreographer, actress, filmmaker and performance artist, and has over thirty-five years of professional performance experience. She served as co-director of the InterPlay performance series from 2003-2010. Elizabeth is a Multimedia Specialist at the University of Utah Center for High Performance Computing. Her digital video works have been shown at a variety of film festivals and are available at the University of Utah Marriott Library Special Collections Division. Elizabeth has appeared in several feature films such as Napoleon Dynamite and Dark Matter, as well as, a variety of independent features and shorts. She is the recipient of the Salt Lake City Mayor's Artist Award for Performing Arts. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts (1982) and Master of Fine Arts (1989) Degrees in Modern Dance from the University of Utah, where she received two Orchesis Honorary Dance Society Awards; her choreography has been presented nationally and internationally. Elizabeth plays Rose and Gaia in XYZ telematic cinema project.

Hanelle Miklavcic - is an experienced actress living in Los Angeles, California. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA and has worked in numerous film and television shows. In 2005, Hanelle moved to Los Angeles to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She graduated with a Certificate in Acting. A few years later, she returned to AMDA to acquire her BFA in Acting. She is recognized as proficient in Unarmed, Rapier & Dagger, Small Sword, Single Sword, Knife, and Quaterstaff by the Society of American Fight Directors. She is a member of Theatrum Elysium where she will be performing in Hamlet, and The Lady of Shallot for the 2013 season. Some of her favorite credits include: Urleen in Footloose, Kafka in Words, Words, Words, Darlene in Balm in Gilead, Jacinta in Serious Money, Van's Sister in Dog Sees God, and Vera in The Vanek Trilogy. Hanelle was a Child of Light in the Salt Lake City 2002 Opening and Closing Winter Olympic Ceremonies. She was the lead in Creative Passings a film created for the grand opening of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City and has performed in Another Language's InterPlay: Intransitive Senses and InterPlay: Carnivale. Hanelle plays Colored by Numbers in Another Language's XYZ telematic cinema project.

Lexie Levitt - has been performing since she was nine years old. Some highlights include singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir under John Williams, performing for the Dalai Llama, and touring Europe. Lexie currently plays in a punk/folk band called Millie and the Moths and dances with a local belly dancing troupe. Lexie has enjoyed a rich friendship and collaboration with the Miklavcics and has been a part of previous Another Language projects. She composed and performed music for Another Language Performing Arts Company's twenty-fifth anniversary celebratory production of Interplay: Event Horizon in 2010. Lexie holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Utah and works as a freelance writer for Salt Lake City Weekly. She plays the character Ghost for Another Language Performing Arts Company's XYZ telematic cinema project.