InHale Performance Series

KYL/D's InHale Performance Series is a quarterly performance series where selected artists receive free performance space, marketing support, technical assistance and written audience feedback.

InHale offers a supportive environment that fosters creative exchange of ideas, cultivates community and provides opportunities for members of the public to experience a wide spectrum of dance/movement disciplines.

To date, KYL/D has presented over 800 movement artists from PA and beyond, including from DC, NY, NJ, NC, WI, IL, VA, MA, MD, MI, and CT. The shows have been filled to capacity.

Photos from our InHale Series on 3/1/19
 Photo Credit: Mike Hurwitz


39th Inhale Performance Series:

"Eleven works were displayed throughout the evening; highlighting a diverse array of talent which reached beyond the bounds of traditional concert dance and explored just what becomes possible when one is encouraged to experiment with performative movement." - Winfield Mabin for the Dance Journal


Upcoming InHale Performance Series'

Friday May 10th and Saturday May 11th, 2019 @ 7:30pm

The InHale/ExHale Series! Two nights dedicated to presenting works by outside choreographers alongside KYL/D dance artist's choreography

The application is now closed. Stay tuned for the listing of featured artists!

Tickets now available! $10 GA, $8 Students, Seniors and PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Members



Application Notes:

  • The next season of Inhale dates will be announced at the end of April

  • Artists will be informed regarding if they are accepted or rejected no less than 4 weeks prior to the performance date.

  • Each application requires a $20 fee, which can be paid via card or mailed check.

  • There is no limit on how many times you can apply to Inhale per year. Artists may be chosen more than once per year, depending on the number of new applicants and the quality of work.

  • Application Questions? Contact Inhale Curator: Jessica Warchal-King, jessica@kyld.org

  • Technical Questions? Contact Technical Director: Frankie Markocki, frankie@kyld.org