Dance-Performance

Danse Lumière

When: Sun., Oct. 28, 2 p.m. 2012

Berkeley choreographer Kathryn Roszak has a thing for poetry. Her two most recent shows incorporated the words of Emily Dickinson and Michael McClure, respectively, with dance, music, and theater. Mystical, modernist Swedish poet Tomas Tranströmer inspired her latest work, Secrets on the Way: "edgy, urban dances" that delve "into the wild within nature and ourselves." Complete results are yet to be seen -- the piece debuts next spring -- but you can sneak a peek into the work in progress at an open rehearsal and benefit on Sunday, Oct. 28, in the Osher Studio of the Arpeggio Building (2055 Center St., Oakland). Join Roszak and her company, Danse Lumière, as well as Earll Kingston, who will read Tranströmer's poems, for a post-show reception and discussion. Seating is limited. 2 p.m., tickets start at $15. 510-223-5550 or DLKDance.com

Claudia Bauer

Price: $15

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