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Mary Sano appears with her company in two programs at ODC on Sept. 7-8. (Courtesy photo)

Mary Sano, upon celebrating the 20th anniversary of her South of Market studio devoted to teaching and performing the unconventional work of late San Francisco choreographer Isadora Duncan, is feeling a little overwhelmed, yet settled at the same time.

With her dedicated small troupe and live musicians, the teacher and third-generation disciple of Duncan (who died in a scarf-related motor accident in 1927), is excited to present two different, and comprehensive, programs this weekend at ODC in the Mission.

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