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The works slowly amassed to over an hour of material that ranges across the borders of dance/theater, butoh, hip-hop, contemporary ballet and post-postmodernism, titled “Double Exposure.” It’s world-premiere run opened Thursday at ODC Theater in San Francisco and repeats through Sunday, though tickets are gone, except for possible box office releases, returns or no-shows. Arrayed like a series of snapshots, the “Double Exposure” dances “expose” Rein and Smith in the works of the disparate choreographers brown leather ballet flats. At the same time, the two dancers “expose” the commissioned artists to the public..
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