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Out of Line

Out of Line features bold, experimental performances from New York City’s most exciting and unclassifiable artists. In this monthly series, performing artists create genre-bending pieces tailored to, and inspired by, the unique site of the High Line. These participatory performances invite audiences on unexpected journeys through music, movement, conversation, and play.

Out of Line features bold, experimental performances from New York City’s most exciting and unclassifiable artists. In this monthly series, performing artists create genre-bending pieces tailored to, and inspired by, the unique site of the High Line. These participatory performances invite audiences on unexpected journeys through music, movement, conversation, and play.

2018 Performances

OUT OF LINE: MELT by James Scruggs

Thursday, May 17, 2018
It's May 17, 2060. The 17th Annual Post Racial America Day Rally.

OUT OF LINE: No More Shimmering Cowboys by Yara Travieso

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Take a science fiction guided tour of a landscape that once was.

Out of Line: Shasta Geaux Pop by Ayesha Jordan & Charlotte Brathwaite

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Shasta is the future and it's time for her to take the party to new heights.

OUT OF LINE: Open Encounter by Brendan Fernandes

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Ballet and modern dance clash in this performance that brings Fernandes’ signature dance based practice of using...
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¡Arriba!

Dance the summer nights away at this long-running High Line favorite, where the community comes together to the rhythms of local salsa legends.

B.Y.O. (Bring Your Own)

How do we spark conversation in (and about) public space? This new series of intimate dialogues, led by artists, seeks to deepen our understanding of the cultural and social issues of our time.

Culture Shock

Experience the wilder side of the High Line in this summer series of innovative, genre-bending performances by NYC-based artists.

Support

High Line Programs are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Corey Johnson.