Elizabeth A. Miklavcic
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Call for Participation! We would like to invite you to participate in Another Language Performing Arts Company’s latest project Ghost Town. The program involves artists visiting a Utah ghost town and…Continue


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Elizabeth A. Miklavcic is the Founding Artistic Director of Another Language Performing Arts Company established 1985. She is a choreographer, actress, filmmaker and performance artist. She is the co-director of the InterPlay international performances; a series of real-time, distributed, surrealistic, cinematic works presented at the University of Utah.

In 2003, Another Language began a performance format called InterPlay. Serving as the co-director of the series, Beth incorporates many interdisciplinary skills to create, assemble and perform these works. The success of the pilot project InterPlay: Intransitive Senses encouraged continued explorations in this worldwide forum as a new direction for works created by Another Language. Additional InterPlay works include InterPlay: Hallucinations (2004), InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box (2005), InterPlay: Dancing on the Banks of Packet Creek (2006), InterPlay: Nel Tempo di Sogno (2007), InterPlay: Carnivale (2008) and InterPlay: AnARTomy (2009). All works have received International attention. InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box was a national semi-finalist for the Peoria Prize in Creativity as one of the top ten creative projects in the United States. InterPlay: Nel Tempo di Sogno and InterPlay: Carnivale have received City Weekly Artys awards.
Another Language performances now reach national and international audiences. Presentations about this work have been given throughout the United States and in the United Kingdom.
Having danced since four years old, the emphasis on dance and motion is always present in Beth's extensive expressions. Her choreography has been presented nationally and internationally. Beth believes that creative artistic expression is an important format for the investigation of thoughtful communication, a way to develop a meaningful life, and a barometer for a conscious society.

Beth was honored with the Utah Arts Festival - Salt Lake City Mayor's Artist Award for Performance, and has been the recipient of numerous grant awards. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Modern Dance from the University of Utah, where she received two Orchesis Dance Awards.

Beth is a multi-media specialist with the Center for High Performance Computing at the Universtiy of Utah Intermountain Network and Scientific Computation Center. She works with Adobe Suite, Macromedia Suite, Maya and other 3D programs, digital video and DVD authoring tools, motion capture, Access Grid and any other programs she can get her hands on for incorporation into her artistic works. The expressive opportunites available through the World Wide Web are fascinating for Beth and she has created a collection of digital content. Her works have been screened at a variety of film festivals and openings. Some of Beth's works are available at the University of Utah Marriot Library Special Collection Division.
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Another Language Call For Participation!

Posted on March 25, 2015 at 12:41pm 0 Comments

We would like to invite you to participate in Another Language Performing Arts Company’s latest project Ghost Town. The program involves artists researching and/or visiting a Utah ghost town and creating content about the experience.

Ghost Town takes place completely online and is crowd sourced. The creation of original content is wide open to your…


XYZ Telematic Performance by Another Language

Posted on February 16, 2013 at 3:15pm 2 Comments

Another Language Performing Arts Company invites you to XYZ, an upcoming telematic cinema project created by Company Directors Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic.

XYZ takes place in a Visualization Laboratory, the VisLab Black Box Theater, where the audience will experience 3D projections throughout the performance. Audience members will wear active stereoscopic glasses during the performance to view the 3D projections.

XYZ performances will be held February 22-23 at 7:00pm and…


Duel•Ality 2.0

Posted on February 18, 2012 at 2:55pm 0 Comments

Another Language Performing Arts Company invites you to Duel•Ality 2.0, an upcoming telematic cinema project created and performed by Company Directors Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic. This original work explores the concepts of relationships and personal duality.

Duel•Ality 2.0 examines the many sides of the two characters Duel (Jimmy Miklavcic), and Ality (Elizabeth Miklavcic). This telematic work focuses on two people and the way this duo encounters and…


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