On Friday, June 8, 2012, the cast and crew of the spectacular Devdan stage performance at the Nusa Dua Theatre celebrated its 200th performance.
A dazzling not-to-be-missed show, Devadan
is a 90-minute magical stage journey through the Indonesian archipelago involving scores of talented dancers, thrilling aerial acrobatics and hundreds of costume changes. Along the way, the audience is swept along on a countrywide musical fantasy with stops along the way in Bali, Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Papua.
First staged in June 2011, the 200th performance was celebrated with an on-stage cast and crew party following the performance. In keeping with local traditions that mandate that the Almighty be thanked in all endeavors, all shared a traditions feast dominated by a mound of saffron rice or “Nasi Tupeng
The “cone” or top of the “tumpeng”
was ceremoniously “cut” by Stephan Lomax, general manager of the Bali Nusa Dua Theatre
who presented the rice to John Didik, stage manager for the production.
[Devdan – Treasure of the Archipelago
[Tickets for Devdan Show]
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