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Faiza Mardzoeki
Subversif! : Naskah drama Faiza Mardzoeki Adaptasi dari An Enemy of the People Karya Henrik Ibsen
Djaman Baroe (2016)

"Mayoritas selalu benar adalah tirani kebenaran! Mayoritas selalu benar adalah kebohongan sosial! Setiap manusia merdeka dan berakal sehat harus memberontak terhadapnya"

Subversif! Sebuah drama realis lima babak, mengangkat tema yang sangat kuatdan relevan dengan pertanyaan hari ini secara mendalam tentang moral kebenaran dari suara mayoritas. Apakah suara mayoritas selalu benar? Apakah suara mayoritas selalu memberijalan terbaik untuk masyarakatnya?

Drama Subversif! menantang kita semua untuk memikirkannya. Subversif! memberi pengertian bahwa kebenaran tidak boleh disembunyikan meskipun akan melawan arus mayoritas. Kebenaran harus ditegakkan meskipun kadang kesepian dan tersudut, bahkan bisa dianggap gila dan memusuhi kekuasaan.

Pertanyaan moral kebenaran itu bisa dijumpai terutama melalui tokoh protagonis Dokter Torangga dan tokoh antagonis Walikota Jokarna. Di sini, para agen di masyarakat bermain. Ada pemilik media. Ada politisi. Ada penguasa. Ada pengusaha. Ada Ibu Rumah Tangga. Ada wartawan. Ada intelektual. Lalu, ada massa yang diberi mahkota sangat indah yang bernama: Rakyat!

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Rp. 47.500

Faiza Mardzoeki
Nora : Naskah drama Faiza Mardzoeki Adaptasi dari A Doll's House Karya Henrik Ibsen

"Saya mempunyai tugas yang tak kalah sakralnya dengan menjadi seorang ibu. tugas kepada diri sendiri!" Nora, mengangkat peristiwa yang terjadi di keluarga kelas menengah pada masa kini. Tentang sepasang suami-istri yang harus bertarung mempertanyakan kembali nilai-nilai perkawinan dan keluarga. Nora sejak gadis hingga menikah dan menjadi seorang istri diperlakukan dalam kemanjaan yang membuatnya dipandang lemah dan tak berdaya. Dianggap sebagai Angsa Putih yang manis dengan seluruh perhatian sekaligus aturan. la merasa tak boleh menjadi siapapun kecuali hanya menjadi boneka kesayangan.

Naskah drama “Nora” ini merupakan karya adaptasi dari “A Doll’s House” karya Henrik Ibsen. Drama ini memprovokasi penonton kontemporer dan masih mendatangkan perdebatan mengenai hak-hak perempuan dan kesetaraan gender. Di Indonesia, drama ini dikenal dengan Rumah Boneka dan telah dipentaskan di beberapa daerah. Rumah Boneka mengungkapkan banyak kebenaran dan konflik yang bagi banyak orang lebih suka untuk tetap bersembunyi. Sang penulis, Henrik Ibsen, menyoroti bagaimana orang-orang sering dipandu oleh motif tersembunyi dalam hubungan mereka dengan orang lain, tentang norma-norma sosial yang dapat bertentangan dengan kebutuhan nyata manusia.

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Rp. 47.500

Faiza Mardzoeki
Subversif! : Naskah oleh Faiza Mardzoeki adaptasi dari An Enemy of the People Karya Henrik Ibsen
Ultimus 2014

 

Mayoritas selalu benar adalah tirani kebenaran! Mayoritas selalu benar adalah kebohongan sosial! Setiap manusia merdeka dan berakal sehat harus memberontak terhadapnya”

Subversif! Sebuah drama realis lima babak, mengangkat tema yang sangat kuat dan relevan dengan pertanyaan hari ini secara mendalam tentang moral kebenaran dari suara mayoritas. Apakah suara mayoritas selalu benar? Apakah suara mayoritas selalu memberi jalan terbaik untuk masyarakatnya?

Drama Subversif! menantang kita semua untuk memikirkannya. Subversif! memberi pengertian bahwa kebenaran tidak boleh disembunyikan meskipun akan melawan arus mayoritas. Kebenaran harus ditegakkan meskipun kadang kesepian dan tersudut, bahkan bisa dianggap gila dan memusuhi kekuasaan.

Pertanyaan moral kebenaran itu bisa dijumpai terutama melalui tokoh protagonis Dokter Torangga dan tokoh antagonis Walikota Jokarna. Di sini, para agen di masyarakat bermain. Ada pemilik media. Ada politisi. Ada Penguasa. Ada Pengusaha. Ada Ibu Rumah Tangga. Ada Wartawan. Ada intelektual. Lalu, ada massa yang diberi mahkota sangat indah yang bernama: Rakyat!

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Rp. 65.000

WINNER OF THE 2012 GERMAN BOOK TRADE PEACE PRIZE In June 1989, news of the Tiananmen Square protests and its bloody resolution reverberated throughout the world. A young poet named Liao Yiwu, who had until then led an apolitical bohemian existence, found his voice in that moment. Like the solitary man who stood firmly in front of a line of tanks, Liao proclaimed his outrage and his words would be his weapon.
"For a Song and a Hundred Songs" captures the four brutal years Liao spent in jail for writing the incendiary poem Massacre. Through the power and beauty of his prose, he reveals the bleak reality of crowded Chinese prisons the harassment from guards and fellow prisoners, the torture, the conflicts among human beings in close confinement, and the boredom of everyday life. But even in his darkest hours, Liao manages to unearth the fundamental humanity in his cell mates: he writes of how they listen with rapt attention to each other s stories of criminal endeavors gone wrong and of how one night, ravenous with hunger, they dream up an imaginary feast, with each inmate trying to one-up the next by describing a more elaborate dish.
In this important book, Liao presents a stark and devastating portrait of a nation in flux, exposing a side of China that outsiders rarely get to see. In the wake of 2011 s Arab Spring, the world has witnessed for a second time China s crackdown on those citizens who would speak their mind, like artist Ai Weiwei and legal activist Chen Guangcheng. Liao stands squarely among them and gives voice to not only his own story, but to the stories of those individuals who can no longer speak for themselves. "For a Song and a Hundred Songs" bears witness to history and will forever change the way you view the rising superpower of China."

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Rp. 150.000

Bestselling authors bring together a thought-provoking collection of short stories, each inspired by one of thirty human rights adopted by the United Nations and promoted by Amnesty International.

Freedom is a mix of thoughtful, serious, funny, and thrilling stories that harness the power of literature to celebrate—and affirm—our shared humanity. Published in association with Amnesty International, an array of internationally acclaimed & award-winning writers remind us these fundamental freedoms – ratified in 1948 – are just as crucial to protect and uphold today as ever.
 
The United Nations took a moral stand against human rights crimes and adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a proclamation of thirty rights that belong to us all, starting memorably with Article 1: “All human beings are born free and equal.” Amnesty International is one of several international organizations promoting UDHR. It is a world-leading grassroots human rights organization & a global movement of millions of people demanding human rights for all people – no matter who they are or where they are.
 
Authors include: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Kate Atkinson, Ishmael Beah, Paulo Coelho, Nadine Gordimer, Marina Lewycka, Henning Mankell, Yann Martel, Rohinton Minstry, David Mitchell, Walter Mosley, Joyce Carol Oates.

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Rp. 130.000

Gunawan Maryanto dan Ferdiansyah Thajib (editor) Anonymous Writers Club

Terkumpul dalam jilid yang tertata apik ini, teks-teks suntingan  yang disumbangkan oleh para penulis tanpa nama selama periode 2010- 2011 sebagai bagian dari proyek Anonymous Writers Club. Edisi yang dirancang Natasha Gabriella Tontey ini dilengkapi dengan tulisan pengantar Ferdiansyah Thajib sebagai penyunting versi cetak dan Gunawan Maryanto sebagai penulis tamu.

Anonymous Writers Club merupakan sebuah undangan terbuka bagi mereka yang tertarik untuk memproduksi dan membuat karya naratif berdasar logika terbuka dengan menggunakan teks maupun imej yang sudah ada. Selain merupakan upaya segera untuk mempersoalkan konsep hak cipta, kegiatan ini juga berusaha untuk mencari kemungkinan-kemungkinan baru yang dihasilkan dari mendorong batas-batas antara apa yang dinamakan kerja individual dan kolektif.

KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, atas sokongan Ford Foundation Indonesia, memprakarsai proyek ini di bawah satu payung gagasan yang lebih luas mengenai Budaya Konvergensi Media dan Teknologi di Indonesia. Proyek Anonymous Writers Club  adalah salah satu komponen kegiatan program jangka panjang yang difokuskan pada asas produksi pengetahuan bersama melalui partisipasi publik, khususnya pengguna internet melalui platform daring, utamanya lewat http://anonymouswritersclub.tumblr. com dan akun twitter: @klubanonim.

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Rp. 70.000

Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Fences and The Piano Lesson
Winner of the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play

 
“The glow accompanying August Wilson’s place in contemporary American theater is fixed.” Toni Morrison
 
When Harold Loomis arrives at a black Pittsburgh boardinghouse after seven years' impressed labor on Joe Turner's chain gang, he is a free man—in body. But the scars of his enslavement and a sense of inescapable alienation oppress his spirit still, and the seemingly hospitable rooming house seethes with tension and distrust in the presence of this tormented stranger. Loomis is looking for the wife he left behind, believing that she can help him reclaim his old identity. But through his encounters with the other residents he begins to realize that what he really seeks is his rightful place in a new world—and it will take more than the skill of the local "People Finder" to discover it.
 
This jazz-influenced drama is a moving narrative of African-American experience in the 20th century.

About the Author

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Rp. 105.000
From legendary playwright August Wilson comes the powerful, stunning dramatic bestseller that won him critical acclaim, including the Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize.

Troy Maxson is a strong man, a hard man. He has had to be to survive. Troy Maxson has gone through life in an America where to be proud and black is to face pressures that could crush a man, body and soul. But the 1950s are yielding to the new spirit of liberation in the 1960s, a spirit that is changing the world Troy Maxson has learned to deal with the only way he can, a spirit that is making him a stranger, angry and afraid, in a world he never knew and to a wife and son he understands less and less. This is a modern classic, a book that deals with the impossibly difficult themes of race in America, set during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s. 

Now an Academy Award-winning film directed by and starring Denzel Washington, along with Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Viola Davis.
 

About the Author

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Rp. 105.000

10 x 10 : 100 Minutes to Change the World (The Winning Plays of the Kakiscript Playwriting Competition)

10 x 10 : 100 Minutes to Change the World is a colective of ten new Malasian plays, the prize winners of the inaugral Kakiscript Playwriting Competition, organised by www.Kakiseni.com. Each of the 10-minute plays in this collection examine the condition of being Malaysian, in all its social, political, historical, spiritual, and emotional complexity. You will hear many voices here. Some you may like, other you might find repulsive, there will be characters you trust and characters you fear. Whichever way your feelings fall, you will undoubtedly recognise these voices.

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Rp. 30.000
-10% stasiun putu wijaya
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Rp. 60.000Rp. 54.000
-10% rahasia selma linda christanty
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Rp. 50.000Rp. 45.000
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Rp. 50.000Rp. 45.000
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Rp. 55.000Rp. 49.500
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Rp. 85.000Rp. 76.500
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Rp. 80.000Rp. 72.000
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