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Bali Agung Getting Close

Excitement is building as the opening of Bali’s new gigantic theatre draws near and it’s spectacular ‘must see’ production is almost ready for its world premier.

Famed international director, Peter J Wilson has been rehearsing the 150 strong cast while other acclaimed creators have been combining their talents to tell the tragic love story of three of Bali’s most historically revered figures.

The blending of the famous Balinese story with spectacular state-of-the-art western theatrical effects is producing an epic programme that is scheduled to be publicly premiered on August 29.

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Bali's Premier Performing Arts

BALI, INDONESIA (June 2010) – Bali Safari & Marine Park proudly announces the forthcoming New Performing Arts Theatre, the first in Bali. The indoor mega-stage theatre complex has a 1200 seating capacity, fully equipped with advanced multi-media technology with ‘state of the art’ sounds and lighting. Bali Theatre soon presents the first production of a fabulous, spectacular theatrical entertainment - Bali Agung. Bali Theatre is scheduled to open on Sunday, August 29, 2010.

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News Updates

Made Sidia: The most elaborative performance ever

Bali Agung performance is set to be the island most elaborative event, according to the show artistic designer, Made Sidia. "I’ve seen many theatrical performances across the world and I can say that they are great in many ways, but the Bali Agung will stand out in term of concept and philosophy," said Made Sidia.

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Live Animals at Theatrical Show

Bali Theatre, the island’s first indoor mega theatrical complex invites the animal talents to share the stage.

The rare, exotic animals include elephants, tigers, and a range of birds, including falcons are included as the stars for the performance. The show, to commence on August 29, portrays the island’s natural beauty during the reign of King Jaya Pangus by the end of the twelfth century, where all the rare animals virtually were alive on Bali.

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