Kathryn Roszak is a choreographer, educator, writer, and film producer. She is the daughter of writers Theodore Roszak (The Making of a Counterculture) and poet Betty Roszak (Masculine/Feminine with Theodore Roszak). She taught “Arts and Immigration” at U.C Berkeley and for over a decade, she taught at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at U.C. Berkeley and most recently at Santa Clara University. Roszak served as an arts specialist for Cal Performances. She has written on the arts for the San Francisco Chronicle, Theatre Bay Area, and Dance Magazine. She danced for San Francisco Ballet and has choreographed for A.C.T and San Francisco Opera. With her own company Danse Lumiere she is recognized for bringing literature to the stage and has collaborated with writers Isabel Allende, Maxine Hong Kingston, Gary Snyder, Tomas Tranströmer, and Michael McClure. She produces the annual Women Directors, Choreographers and Composers Residency presenting over fifty women artists, at Djerassi Resident Artist Program in Woodside, Ca. and in New York City. Roszak will lecture on the arts and the Amalfi Coast.
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