In O(h), casebolt and smith offer honest insights into their limitations as a duet company, demonstrating what they can, can't and won't do in performance. Speaking directly to the audience while dancing and sometimes singing, the two intricately layer gestural movement with conversational speaking to reveal how their dances are made. They undress the politics of ownership by referencing pop culture and iconic dance images of the past, while simultaneously revealing their anxiety about borrowing without permission. They rewrite iconic rock songs, sing show tunes, deploy brash humor and lightning quick banter and toss in a dash of breakin.' The result is a totally original creation that offers a fast paced, complex and hilarious glimpse into the minds and pants of casebolt and smith.