— information provided by The Ware Center
The NetCo Dance Company proudly presents their 12th annual full length dance concert, Suspended Perspectives, at the Ware Center on Sunday, April 10 at 3 PM. All pieces directed by Jennifer Berlet. The Ware Center is located at 42 N. Prince Street.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Director Jennifer Berlet will explore the dual nature of subjects ranging from hot button and political, to absurd and childlike, to abstract and metaphysical. Each piece will be met with a corresponding work that addresses the same theme from a different point of view.
The show will begin with the full company performance “Biased,” a dance based on racially charged police shootings. Following this will be “Fresh Ground,” a sharp and quirky dance depicting pepper, the spice. Next will be “Critically Imperfectly,” a dance that stays primarily on the floor, full of canons, repetitions, and sharp complicated movement. The show will end with “Suspended Perspectives,” a full company dance offering a whimsical look at Black Friday and the hectic craziness that comes from scrambling to get in line.
Berlet started NetCo in 2004. NetCo’s current troupe of 13 unique artists fearlessly tackle Berlet’s distinctive style of thoughtful and powerful choreography with nuance, agility, and fierce technical prowess. Their performances are completely original and truly dynamic.
NetCo often reaches out to Lancaster and beyond by inviting artists, musicians, poets, photographers, and designers to be a part of its productions. From dancing to live musical accompaniment and spoken word poetry, to displaying works of art on stage, to designing and creating elaborate costumes and set pieces, NetCo has collaborated with many local artists.
Tickets are reserved seating. $15 Adult | $12 Senior | $5 Student