D E S C R I P T I O N
NUANSA’08: Prambanan – A Thousand Beauties, was adapted from the famous Indonesian folklore from 9th century about the origin of Candi Prambanan, a Hindu Temple in Central Java, Indonesia. It followed an intricate tale of a man's attempt to win a princess’ love, intertwined with deceit and rejection. 
This maiden production was staged at the University Cultural Centre Theatre, NUS, with more than 400 audience. The show was free of charge (under the support of Exxon Mobil Campus Concerts) and performed in Bahasa Indonesia with the infusion of various authentic traditional dances and musical instruments from Indonesia.
S Y N O P S I S
NUANSA’08: Prambanan – A Thousand Beauties, was adapted from the famous Indonesian folklore from 9th century about the origin of Candi Prambanan, a Hindu Temple in Central Java, Indonesia. It followed an intricate tale of a man's attempt to win a princess’ love, intertwined with deceit and rejection. This maiden production was staged at the University Cultural Centre Theatre, NUS, with more than 400 audience. The show was free of charge (under the support of Exxon Mobil Campus Concerts) and performed in Bahasa Indonesia with the infusion of various authentic traditional dances and musical instruments from Indonesia.
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