KPC in a nutshell

KPC in a nutshell

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Untitled Girl Narrative
I Could Never Love Anyone...
"The What About Us Project"


Katharine Pettit Creative – KPC – founded by Pettit in 2016, spotlights social injustices using dance as our universal language, changing minds by opening hearts through movement.

KPC equally stands for "Keeping People Connected".


Composed of humans from across the LGBTQ+ spectrum, representing different nationalities, creeds, gender identities, body shapes & sizes, KPC centers LGBTQ+, BIIPOC, & disabled humans at the core of every story we tell.


Creating empathy through movement requires those with lived experience to come together in brave spaces and develop new works offering a narrative normalizing non-traditional protagonists.

A few selected KPC credits... 

  • City Artist Corp Governors Island Residency in partnership with West Harlem Art Fund & Visual Muze UNTITLED GIRL NARRATIVE 2020/2021

  • Episcopal Actors Guild Open Space Grant Awardee UNTITLED GIRL NARRATIVE 2022

  • "Transcend, Uplifting Their Voices" concert July 2021 & scholarship initiative 21'/22'

  • Residency with Educational Alliance: Center for Recovery & Wellness: I Could Never Love Anyone...

  • Detroit Dance City Festival

  • APAP Showcase at Peridance Capezio Center

  • Steps Beyond Foundation Series

  • First Friday Residency Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning

  • Nasty Women Unite Fest

  • Choreographer's Canvas 92nd Street Y

  • DUMBO dance festival

  • Queensboro Dance Festival

KPC creates generative works that offer audiences & artists the chance to identify with people who society traditionally deems "other".