Inaugural Insitu Outdoor Dance Festival coming to LIC July 8-9


~ 75 Performances ~
~ 24 NYC dance companies ~
~ 4 Parks ~
~ 2 Days ~
~ FREE ~

WHAT: Long Island City’s first two-day, outdoor dance festival will take place at four LIC waterfront parks and feature a diverse program of unique, site-specific dance works by 24 distinguished and emerging NYC-based choreographers.

INSITU is free and open to all ages, offering an exciting way to experience dance in unusual public spaces. Performances will take place at various sites within Hunters Point South Park, Gantry Plaza State Park, Queensbridge Park and Socrates Sculpture Park. Contemporary and urban dance companies will makes stages out of a ferry landing, railways, picnic tables, walkways, promenades, an old school bus, a sand field, benches and more. Audiences will be led through continuous dance performances several times throughout the day, setting up a chain of dynamic and immersive performances throughout the four parks. Performances range from solos, duos and quartets to group works with casts as large as 35 dancers.

INSITU Dance Festival is presented by KINEMATIK Dance Theater.

Performers are: • BS Movement • Carte Blanche Performance/Shandoah Goldman • Christopher Unpezverde Verde • DANCITECTURE / Kimberly Tate + Akim Funk Buddha • GROUNDED VIEW • Hivewild • Jody Oberfelder Projects • Kate Moore + Brendan Duggan • KINEMATIK Dance Theater • KrisSeto+ShoeySun[ VESSELS ] • Loni Landon Dance Project • Lucy Kerr • Melissa Riker/Kinesis Project dance theatre • Movement of the People Dance Company • Only Child Aerial Theatre • ParconNYC • PROJECT 44 • tedted Performance Group • The Blue Bus Project/ Annalisa Iadicicco + Tyler Gilstrap • The Equus Projects / OnSite NYC • Valerie Green/Dance Entropy • Violetsound • Wilder Project • Zullo/RawMovement

For complete schedule and artists info, visit:

WHEN: July 8-9
12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

WHERE: Four outdoor locations along the Long Island City, Queens, waterfront:
Gantry Plaza State Park
Hunters Point Park
Queensbridge Park
Socrates Sculpture Park


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *