Asanga Domask




Tuesday, July 5 at 10:30pm | Wolf Trap’s Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods

A Single Cycle of the Sun
In celebrating the heritage of Sri Lanka, showcasing its intricate movements, the sounds of drum rhythms, the exquisite and elaborate asanga.7costumes, SerendibDance takes the audience into an ancient world, a world filled with traditions and rich in culture and heritage.   Folk dance is at the heart of “A Single Cycle of the Sun,” just as it is in Sri Lankan life.  “A Single Cycle of the Sun” showcases the life of a village from the sunrise to sunset, filled with the art that exists in the daily chores, simple joys and a community bound together through poetry, folk songs, dance and prayer.  Over thousands of years and in today’s villages, communities carry on traditions of dance that celebrate the harvest season, that ward off the evil spirits, and that showcase the communal harmony in seeing through the days work and celebration of life in harmony. 
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Thursday, February 4 at 6:00pm | Organization of American States



Saturday, November 7 at 7:30pm – SOLD OUT

Sunday, November 8th at 6pm | CityDance Theater at Strathmore

Vishwa Rangana

Asanga Domask, Founder and Artistic Director of SerendibDance, takes viewers of all ages on a historic journey with Sri Lankan traditional and folk dance.

Enjoy elaborate costumes, traditional music and enchanting performances.


Throughout history, dance has played a critical role in shaping and defining Sri Lankan identity and culture through its practice in religious traditions, ceremonies for royalty, and in the daily activities of villagers. In recent years, many of these traditions have been fading and more commercialized “quasi-traditional” dance forms have been gaining popularity. For these reasons, doing what we can through education and training is critical to help preserve the authentic traditions that have been passed on for so many generations.” 

More than 20 dancers, most of whom are local residents of Sri Lankan descent, will perform elegant and dynamic movements that typify these dances. Asanga Domask_Blue







Location: 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD




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