Bali Safari Marine Park
16 Oct 2010
Spectacular in Every Sense

August 29th 2010 the biggest indoor extravaganza ever staged in Bali is having a premiere at the Bali Theatre. The event is officially opened by the chief Gianyar Region, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukarwati together with the Executive Producer of the show, Hans Manansang. The date marks both the inauguration of a permanent cultural extravaganza and the opening of Indonesia’s largest state-of-the-art performance venue.

“Bali Agung - The Legend of Balinese Goddesses”, features a cast of 150 people, 40 puppets and more than 30 animals, including ten elephants- all sharing a huge 80 by 40 meter stage.

Hans Manansang says “… Our vision was to create a story of epic proportions that captures the true essence of Bali, presenting an evolution in the perspective of Balinese culture.  The Show is also part of our commitment to the conservation of Bali’s unique culture”.

‘Bali Agung’ is the result of a fantastic cultural collaboration between talented Balinese artists and a world- renowned production and creative team from Australia. The Director, Composer and Production Designer bring to the production impressive theatrical credentials that include large scale celebration productions at the Sydney and Doha Olympics, Asian Games. A long standing professional and admiration between the show’s creative director, Peter J. Wilson and the show’s artistic director Balinese puppet master, I Made Sidia, has resulted in a piece of theatre that will form a permanent part of Bali’s cultural legacy.

The artistic director is internationally acclaimed Bali puppet artist, I Made Sidia, who believes that the Bali Agung production will be the most elaborate cultural show ever performed in Indonesia. “I’ve seen many theatrical shows around the world and most of them have been great, but this one will stand out in terms of concept and philosophy,” he said.

Creative Director Peter J Wilson that collaborates with him said that “This enhances the production without downplaying the talents and historic story telling ability offered by the Balinese. “The cultural heritage remains intact,” Peter emphasized.


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