1st Aerial Dance Festival and gathering of the “lost-tribe”. Also, Theatre of the Vampires and Swing, Swing, Swing at Macky Auditorium. Birth of Aerial Sci-Arts: physics with the low-flying trapeze for kids program.
Swing, Swing, Swing. Performance included excerpts of interviews with 15 WWII survivors (currently archived at Carnegie Library in Boulder) with performances at Macky Auditorium, including big band and singer. Award-winning show. Performed again in May, 1999.
Bytes in Flight 1st project using new computer technology to create choreography, “Lifeforms,” with projected animated dancers and film.
Frequent Flyers performs excerpts from Theatre of the Vampires in Boston for the Boston Aerial Dance Festival. Private Acts in Public Places A collaboration with CU’s Siebel Wolle Art Gallery with Paul Klite (composer) & photographer Dona Laurita is installed for 3 months at the Gallery.
Concerto for Piano & Trapeze with world-renowned Jazz icon, Art Lande.