Corporate Events

1. Unilever 16. Wyeth 31. Prestige Magazine
2. Indofood 17. Nokia
3. Coca Cola Bottling Indonesia 18. Grand Indonesia
4. Frisian Flag 19. Pecatu Indah Resort
5. Makarizo 20. Hero Supermarket
6. Sampoerna 21. Tupperware
7. Djarum 22. RCTI
8. Mustika Ratu 23. ANTEVE
9. Time Place Indonesia 24. SCTV
10. Fun Character Indonesia 25. AORA TV
11. Gunung Sewu 26. Femina Group
12. Alun Alun Indonesia 27. Elle Magazine
13. Danar Hadi 28. Kartini Magazine
14. Chevrolet Indonesia 29. Registry Magazine
15. Chevron Indonesia 30. Mangga Dua Square

Concert Events

1. Adventures To The Galaxies ADDIE MS 2005
2. Viva Vina Concert 2006
3. Sadao Watanabe “ Children Of The Future Concert” Java Jazz 2007
4. Konser Keajaiban Cinta PONDS Age Miracle ADDIE MS 2008
5. PONDS Teens Concert 2009
6. Classic Chrisye Concert ADDIE MS 2009
7. Music Odissey Concert ADDIE MS 2009

Fashion Events

1. Obin Dari Mata ke Hati dari Hati ke Tangan 2003
2. Obin Mata Hati 2005
3. Anne Avantie Anugrah Perempuan 2007
4. Wajah Femina 2008
5. Putri Indonesia 2007-2008-2009
6. Launching Elle Magazine Indonesia 2008
7. 1st Anniversary Elle Magazine Indonesia 2009
8. Kartini Awards 2009
9. Launching Grazia Magazine Jakarta Fashion Week 2009

Commercialized Kids Events

1. Bawang Merah Bawang Putih Musical Show 2003 @JCC
2. Sari Husada Mothers Day Event 2007
3. Wayang Playground @ Alun Alun Indonesia 2008
4. OJAI = Opera Jelajah Anak Indonesia 2009

Theatre Events

1. I Laga Ligo Bugis Epic (Intenational Theater Event Directed by Robert Willson)
2. Temptation of Saint Anthony (Intenational Theater Event Directed by Robert Willson)
3. Secret Love Nokia Theatre Event
4. Spirit (For children with needs)
5. Nirvana Dinner Theater Mangga Dua Square 2008



Singapore, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 12 – 13 March 2004
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Het Muziektheater 12, 14, 15 May 2004
Barcelona, Spain, Forum Universal de les Cultures, Teatro Lliure, 20 – 23 May 2004
Madrid, Spain, Teatro Español, 30 May – 2 June 2004
Lyon, France, Les Nuits de Fourvière Rhone France 8 – 10 June 2004
Ravenna, Italy, Ravenna Festival, Teatro Alighieri 18 – 20 June 2004
New York, U.S., Lincoln Center, NY State Theater 13 – 16 July 2005
Jakarta, Indonesia, Teater Tanah Airku – TMII, 10 – 12 December 2005
Melbourne, Australia, Arts Centre – State Theatre, Melbourne International Arts Festival, 19 – 23 October 2006
Milano, Italia, Teatro degli Arcimboldi, 12 – 17 February 2008



“I like working with an epic of this scale because the memory of the heroes is still present in the people of the village. It is a surreal world but yet it is real. The eyes and the hands of the performers become a concrete translation – with the colours, the sounds, the whispers, the perfumes – of the mystery and the divine. It is sensuality and beauty. There are very modern themes in the myth but the spectacle is mainly about the explosion of creativity. It is images, dance and music. The words are few: they are in the chant of the Bissu priest, the one who holds the secrets of the oral tradition of Sureq Galigo which guides the events between the sky and the earth.” Robert Wilson

Theatre, dance, music and poetry unite when the Bugis epic, I LA GALIGO, comes to the stage in a new visionary work by Robert Wilson. I LA GALIGO features a cast of 50 Indonesia’s finest performers. The music has been researched and composed by Indonesian master Rahayu Supanggah.
The theatre work is inspired by Sureq Galigo, an epic poem of the Bugis people of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Longer than the Mahabharata and comparable to the adventures of Ulysses in Homer’s Odyssey, the epic tells the story of the creation of the Middle World and the first six generations of its inhabitants.

The wild adventures of the main characters illuminate the cosmology of the ancient Bugis world, much of which is still alive in music, costumes, architecture and ritual of the Bugis people today. Sureq Galigo was brought to Robert Wilson’s attention for the first time four years ago by Rhoda Grauer and Restu Kusumaningrum and since then has been developed thanks to the continuous efforts of Change Performing Arts and Bali Purnati Center for the Arts supported by an international group of co-producers working on a large range of development activities. The projected have been assisted by a team of scholars, from Sulawesi and abroad, who have advised on the development of the epic for the theatre.

The challenge of the project is not only the creation of a spectacle that merges the traditions and folklore of the Bugis people with Wilson’s contemporary and visionary theatrical language but to also open doors to future study and awareness of this unknown work of extraordinary literature and imagination.



Bari, Italy Teatro Piccinni 2, 3, 4 May 2005
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Het Muziektheater 13, 14, 16 May 2005
Bilbao, Spain, Teatro Arriaga 20 – 21 May 2005
Madrid, Spain, Teatro Espanol 26 – 29 May 2005



Robert Wilson has created an astonishing visual feast in this inspired dramatic collaboration with Bernice Johnson Reagon, founder and artistic director of a capella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock and curator of the museum of American history at the Smithsonian Institute. A production that asks fundamental questions about sin, goodness and the temptations of the flesh, starting from the figure of Saint Anthony in Gustave Flaubert’s novel of 1874. Saint Anthony’s struggles for perfect asceticism and reclusion but can also be seen as a symbol of the artist living in visions and images and getting lost in the imaginary world of his inspiration.

“Wilson drenches the stage in brilliant colour and beguiling movement. It is breathtaking to watch these singers possess the stage. Each is amazing.” Los Angeles Times

“As I began to work with the music, my first songs were musical impressions, building songs based on my readings and our discussions. Then I went back to the language of the text and began to build music based on the language. I was amazed at the way the Flaubert script challenged narrow interpretations of God, the creator, where one finds the highest expression, the role of the body in assisting spiritual experiences; the role of the body in hindering spiritual experiences…” Bernice Johnson Reagon