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LAist Recommends & Performance Review: An Attic An Exit

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Photo by RJ Muna

Out-of-towners blow in like a breath of fresh air when they remind you of things that we forget are possible within our daily lives. In the dance world, it's always exciting when an artist shows us what interests her or him, particularly, and how it's slightly different from what we expect or what other people find fascinating. Lean To Productions' Rachael Lincoln and Leslie Seiters did just that as they presented An Attic An Exit as part of the Dance Series at the Unknown Theater in Hollywood.

The two women, strangely similar in appearance and, more importantly, equally compelling in performance, brought their distinctive backgrounds in dance and theater to our fair city. Having danced with San Francisco landmarks like Joe Goode, Sara Shelton Mann, Jo Kreiter and Scott Wells, the two took to the stage in their own ways.