PENCIPTAAN PERAN TOKOH MARSINAH DALAM NASKAH MONOLOG MARSINAH MENGGUGAT KARYA RATNA SARUMPAET

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Astuti, Paramita Wuri (2019) PENCIPTAAN PERAN TOKOH MARSINAH DALAM NASKAH MONOLOG MARSINAH MENGGUGAT KARYA RATNA SARUMPAET. S1 thesis, Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT The creation of the role of Marsinah figure in the text of Marsinah Plaint is aimed at explaining the struggle of a worker who is not tired of fighting for his right to get justice, and tells the reader how great the struggle of the figure of Marsinah in fighting for his rights together with his fellow workers. The text of Marsinah Sues was chosen by the presenter because it was close to what was felt by the presenter in her living environment. The presenter feels that justice for the workers is still very minimal, in addition to that which made the presenter choose this manuscript because of the very controversial Marsinah case, which is still being discussed until now and is still in the search for justice for the case, thus making the presenter's heart moved to raise the text of Marsinah. which still has continuity with the value of justice for the workers today. Descriptive explanation in the writing of working papers is also supplemented with supporting data as the presenter's responsibility in the cultivation of this work. Supporting data include; title, theme, description of the work, motion, setting, lighting, space, music, makeup and costumes. In addition, the presenter also develops cultivation to meet the demands of a work that includes working on ideas, forms, and content presented. Keywords: Surrealist, Marsinah, Justice Fighters.

Type: Thesis (S1)
Subject: 1. ISI Surakarta > Teater
Divisions: Faculty of Performance Arts > School of Theater
User deposit: Pascasarjana
Datestamp: 19 Dec 2019 03:04
Last mod: 19 Dec 2019 03:04
URI: http://repository.isi-ska.ac.id/id/eprint/3847

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