A farewell moment will be more immortally remembered if it includes collectively supports. The 2014 Serawung cabinet of the Student Executive Board of the Faculty of Languages and Arts held the official farewell on Friday, January 16th, 2015 at Tedjokusumo Performance Stage. The farewell was organized in a series of events started from December 2014 to January 2015 which included sport, art and cultural elements in the forms of Futsal Competition, Photoghraph and Poster Competition, Tribute to Chrisye, and Makunta Theatre (the theatre collaboration of Mishbah, Relung, Maintenance and Bengkak; as well as coreography and music) for the closing performance.
Through their mission that is “Get involved in Developing the Faculty of Languages and Arts as a Family”, they have run the organization for a year and tried to perform the drama which is written as well as directed by Aulia Husna S (The secretary of the Student Executive Board). The drama was performed by the organization members and several sophomores and juniors. Aulia hoped that it would be a memorable dedication of the organization to the YSU members. “From us to us.” She added.
The drama, which was surrealistic one, was entitled “Merah” or Red because the story was related to the red color. It told about a greedy king in Makunta land who was accompanied by several Royal Servants (RS). They were very loyal to him. One day, the king was confused by the sudden disappearance of the red color in the flag when he was about to hold a ceremony. So, he commanded all of his people to find it.
He was afraid that the ceremony, which he considered as an image creator, would not run well. In short, the red color was taken by an astral being who hated the greedy king.
“I hope, the performance could be a closing for Serawung cabinet.” said Rully Pratama, the vice president of the Student Executive Board of the Faculty of Languages and Arts. (Rony)