SATURDAY, 1st OF MARCH

SOTA DRAMA THEATRE


THE HISTORY OF JAVA

RELIVED


SYNOPSIS


Angkara centers on the life of Ken Arok, a young thug determined to be more than just a feather in the air. Under the tutelage of an ascetic named Lohgawe, Arok pursues his dream to become the reformer of his society and his love of a lifetime, Ken Dedes, the beautiful wife of his superior, local chieftain Tunggul Ametung. His thirst for power involves those around him, including an esteemed keris bladesmith, Mpu Gandring, his best friend and fellow guard, Kebo Ijo, and Kebo Ijo's wife, Sasmi.

Unfortunately, as Arok rises to become a great leader for his people, he sows the seeds of hatred and vengeance among those closest to him, particularly his crown prince Anusapati, who is always in the company of a palace maid, Mahisa Dewi, and a former advisor, Ki Pengalasan.

The musical chronicles Arok's triumphs and regrets in his journey to ultimately discover what is truly important in his life.

The Characters

 
 
 
 

Cast and Crew
(Left to right)

Ken Dedes
played by
Felicia Ganardi

Ken Arok
played by
Dinar Suraja Ong

Kebo Ijo
played by
Arliando Setiadi

Sasmi
played by
Revinta Sutandi

Lohgawe
played by
Kevin Santoso

Mpu Gandring
played by
Arga Roh Sahrijal Saragih

Ki Pengalasan
played by
Alberian Saefullah

Tunggul Ametung
played by
Alvin Tandias

Mahisa Dewi
played by
Nixie Sapphira Lesmana

Anusapati
played by
Calvin Tanudjaja

  • About ICN
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  • Indonesian Cultural Night

    Indonesian Cultural Night (ICN) is an annual arts and cultural event that was initiated by a group of Indonesian NTU students. Since its humble initiatives in 2007, it has been used as a platform to express appreciation to cultural heritage of Indonesia. Through musical performances, ICN constantly strives to be the bridge that connects the world with the best of Indonesian arts, history and culture.

    Vision

    To become a platform of introduction and appreciation of Indonesian cultural heritage to the Singapore society.

    Mission

    To showcase the talent and creativity of NTU students to the Singapore society.


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