Dancers putting on the masks of beauties or devils appear on the stage, and perform the battle between the virtue and the vice. A typical Balinese view of the world: “Rua Bineda” (everything has two sides, that is, all worlds are knitted together with opposing two elements), has been represented in this dance. Derived from the epic legends of ancient India, Ramayana and Mahabharata, the story has been presented in relevance to the world today.

The dance performed by male dancers putting on devil masks is “Jauk”, and its expression is more violent and far exaggerated than that in “Baris”.

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Our regular performances, starting from 7.30PM every Friday.
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