NetCo Dance Presents “Outside Lies”

NetCo Dance Presents “Outside Lies”

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Lancaster, PA (March 9, 2017): NetCo Dance Company’s 12th annual performance, “Outside Lies” will look at some of the issues facing society today. From the scary reality of human trafficking, the destruction and sustainability of our earth and humanity, to the funky celebration of woman in the workplace.  Berlet researched and honed her skills, as well as the company, to deliver an emotionally packed and physically challenging performance that will stir your minds, hearts and bodies to action. The show will be presented on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster.


A native of Lancaster, PA, Jennifer started her study of dance at Slippery Rock University, where she graduated in 2000 with a B.A. in Dance Performance and a B.A. in Theatre Performance. She has worked with well-known choreographers and performers including Mark Taylor and Dance Alloy, Maureen Fleming, Doug Elkins, Mary Miller Dance Company (Pittsburgh, PA), Stillpoint Dance, Spank Dance Company & Jose Bustamante (Austin, TX), The Laban Centre of Movement & The Royal Shakespeare Company (London), The Deborah Slater Dance Theatre (San Francisco, CA) and Chet Zercher (Lancaster, PA). She has also worked with Philadanco, Koresh Dance Company and performed with Opus 1 Contemporary Dance for 2 seasons (Philadelphia, PA). Jennifer has choreographed/performed original works at the Andy Warhol Museum and City Theatre (Pittsburgh), and The Painted Bride (Philadelphia) along with participating in Doris Humphrey’s “Air 4 G-String” reconstruction. Jennifer is a certified Personal Trainer and is working towards becoming a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner. She also holds certifications in Postural Restructuring, Yoga, Pre-Natal Fitness and is a Longevity Wellness Specialist.

NetCo Dance Company strives to embody the dynamic qualities of real life and bring them to the stage in every performance.  Berlet’s artistic focus often revolves around women- their hardships, their power, their relationships, and the politics and societal influences that shape who they are and who they will become.  Empowerment, equality, and hope resonate through many of Berlet’s dances, and consequently, some of NetCo’s most inspired work has been featured at local fundraisers and charity events. NetCo also invites local dance studios and youth groups to perform in many of their community shows, giving aspiring young dancers the opportunity to be a part of a professional production. NetCo has performed original works throughout Pennsylvania over the last decade and continues to produce concerts annually.

TICKETS: $15 Reserved Seating. Discounts apply



The Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster. Hours, Monday – Thursday 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM, Friday 10:30 AM – 4:30PM.

Student Memorial Center, Room 103, Millersville University campus. Hours Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM.


Call the box office at 717-871-7600.




Millersville University’s Office of Visual and Performing Arts builds upon a long history of supporting the arts, producing a vast array of unique, educational, and exciting events and performances that touch many genres of artistic endeavors. Within our two centers, The Ware Center in downtown Lancaster, and the Charles R. and Anita B. Winter Center on the campus of Millersville University, our office engages both the student and community of Lancaster populations, and brings to its stages creative local artists, as well as renowned artists and performers from around the world. Committed to the ongoing expression of excellence in the arts, the Office of Visual and Performing Arts strives to ensure that the arts in Lancaster County will continue to flourish.



The Millersville University Visual and Performing Arts Season is made possible by support from Season Platinum Partner Rodgers & Associates and Gold Season Sponsors Aussie and The Fox and Hagelgans & Veronis, and Silver Season Sponsors The Hotel Lancaster, 12:34MicroTechnologies, YDOP, Fine Living Lancaster and Weber Advertising.  This season’s Luminary Donors include Ann Barshinger, Mr. & Mrs. William F. Brossman Charitable Fund, John & Susan Garofola, Linda Holman-Marcks, Gregory S. Lefever, William McIlwaine, Peggy Neff, Mary Kearns & Jon Walker, and Paul & Judy Ware.


Millersville University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. A member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.