Naskah Drama Cerita Rakyat 7 Orangzip: A Collection of Folklore Scripts for Seven Actors
Naskah Drama Cerita Rakyat 7 Orangzip is a collection of scripts based on Indonesian folklore stories that can be performed by seven actors. The scripts are written in Indonesian language and are available for download in ZIP format. The collection contains three scripts, each with a different theme and moral lesson.
The first script is titled \"Telaga Warna\", which means \"The Colorful Lake\". It tells the story of a king and a queen who longed for a child and finally got a daughter named Gilang Rukmini. However, their happiness was threatened by a jealous witch who cursed the princess to turn into a golden snail. The princess was thrown into a lake that changed its color according to her mood. The script is based on a legend from West Java and teaches about gratitude, loyalty, and love.[^1^]
The second script is titled \"Keong Mas\", which means \"The Golden Snail\". It tells the story of a princess named Candra Kirana who was betrothed to a prince named Inu Kertapati. However, her sister Galuh Ajeng was envious of her and sought the help of a sorcerer to turn her into a golden snail. The snail was then thrown into a river and ended up in a poor village where an old woman took care of it. The script is based on a legend from East Java and teaches about kindness, honesty, and justice.[^2^]
The third script is titled \"Bawang Merah Bawang Putih\", which means \"Shallot and Garlic\". It tells the story of a girl named Bawang Putih who lived with her stepmother and stepsister named Bawang Merah. They treated her badly and made her do all the chores. One day, she found a magic fish that granted her wishes. However, her stepsister tried to steal the fish and ended up losing it. The script is based on a folktale from Sumatra and teaches about generosity, humility, and karma.[^3^]
Naskah Drama Cerita Rakyat 7 Orangzip is a useful resource for anyone who wants to learn more about Indonesian culture and literature. The scripts are easy to follow and can be adapted for different settings and audiences. The collection can be downloaded from SoundCloud or Scribd[^1^] [^2^].
The collection also showcases the diversity of Indonesian folklore, which reflects the rich and varied culture of the archipelago. Indonesian folklore often carries historical and political subtexts that have made them less palatable for children these days. For example, some stories are influenced by Hindu-Buddhist epics such as Ramayana and Mahabharata, which were brought by Indian traders and missionaries. Some stories are also influenced by Islamic teachings, which were spread by Arab and Persian merchants and missionaries. Some stories are also influenced by colonialism, nationalism, and modernization, which have shaped the identity and values of Indonesian people.
Indonesian folklore also features a variety of mythical creatures and beings, such as gods, goddesses, spirits, ghosts, demons, fairies, animals, and humans. Some of them are benevolent and helpful, while others are malevolent and harmful. Some of them are unique to Indonesia, while others are shared with other cultures. Some of the most famous ones include Antaboga (the dragon god of the underworld), Barong (the lion-like protector of Bali), Bidadari (the heavenly nymphs), Garuda (the eagle-like mount of Vishnu), Hanoman (the monkey god and ally of Rama), Naga (the serpent-like dragon), Nyai Roro Kidul (the queen of the southern sea), Raksasa (the giant-like ogre), Rangda (the witch-like leader of evil spirits in Bali), and Tuyul (the child-like thief spirit).
Naskah Drama Cerita Rakyat 7 Orangzip is a valuable contribution to the preservation and promotion of Indonesian folklore. The collection can be used as a source of entertainment, education, and inspiration for young readers and adults alike. The collection can also be used as a basis for further creative works, such as films, comics, games, or musicals. The collection can be downloaded from SoundCloud or Scribd[^1^] [^2^]. a474f39169