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Tips and Tricks to Create a Javanese Drama Script for 6 People with a Friendship Theme

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If you are looking for a sample of a Javanese drama script for 6 people with a friendship theme, you have come to the right place. In this article, we will show you some examples of Javanese drama scripts that you can use as inspiration or reference for your own drama project. Javanese drama is a form of traditional theater that uses Javanese language and culture as its main elements. Javanese drama often depicts stories of love, heroism, morality, and social issues. Javanese drama can be performed in various settings, such as schools, villages, or theaters.

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One of the most popular themes for Javanese drama is friendship. Friendship is a universal value that can resonate with many audiences. Friendship can also create interesting conflicts and resolutions in a drama plot. Friendship can be tested by various challenges, such as jealousy, betrayal, misunderstanding, or sacrifice. Friendship can also be strengthened by mutual support, loyalty, honesty, and forgiveness. Friendship can also be expressed in different ways, such as humor, affection, or gratitude.

In this article, we will show you some examples of Javanese drama scripts for 6 people with a friendship theme. These scripts are taken from various sources on the internet . We have translated them into English for your convenience. However, if you want to use them for your own drama project, we recommend that you use the original Javanese version or adapt them to your own style and context. We also suggest that you add some stage directions and dialogues to make the scripts more lively and engaging.

Example 1: Visiting a Sick Friend

This script is about a group of friends who visit their friend who is sick at home. They show their concern and care for their friend and also have some fun together. This script uses a mix of informal and formal Javanese language.

The characters are:

  • Iwan: a boy who is friendly and cheerful

  • Maria: a girl who is smart and caring

  • Galih: a boy who is loyal and helpful

  • Rudi: a boy who is generous and humorous

  • Erlin: a girl who is sick at home

  • Erlin's mother: Erlin's mother who is grateful for the visit

The script is:

Iwan: Rudi, Galih, Maria and I have something to tell you guys.

Rudi: What is it, Wan? Do you want to chat here or at the canteen with some iced tea?

Maria: Let's go to the canteen. I haven't had breakfast yet, so I can eat some soup there.

Galih: OK let's go quickly before we get caught by the canteen staff.

The four of them meet and then walk to the school canteen. At the canteen, they talk about Erlin who is not feeling well.

Maria: Friends, I texted Erlin last night and asked how she was doing. She said she was still sick and couldn't come to school today.

Rudi: So it's been three days that Erlin hasn't come to school. How about we go to her house after school to check on her?

Iwan: That's why Maria asked me to find you guys. She wants us to visit Erlin together. What do you think? Can you join us or not?

Galih: I'm ready, Wan. But I have to stop by my house first. I haven't told my mother that I'm going.

Maria: That's OK. Let's decide what to bring for her. Maybe some food or fruit. How much should we contribute, Rudi? You usually have a lot of money.

Rudi: How much do you guys have? I'll cover the rest.

Iwan: I have 5 thousand rupiahs.

Rudi: OK then you three each give 5 thousand rupiahs and I'll pay for the rest. Let's meet at the fruit stall in front of your house, Lih.

Example 2: The Meaning of Friendship

This script is about a group of friends who learn the meaning of friendship through a school project. They have to make a presentation about friendship and they have different opinions and perspectives on it. This script uses formal Javanese language.

The characters are:

  • Meta: a girl who is smart and diligent

  • Olive: a girl who is cheerful and creative

  • Satrya: a boy who is brave and honest

  • Luna: a girl who is shy and kind

  • Bondan: a boy who is lazy and selfish

  • Alexa: a girl who is mean and arrogant

The script is:

Meta: Friends, we have to prepare for our presentation about friendship. Do you have any ideas?

Olive: How about we make a video about our friendship? We can show how we support each other, have fun together, and overcome problems together.

Satrya: That sounds good. We can also interview some people about what friendship means to them.

Luna: I agree. I think friendship is very important in life. Friendship can make us happy, strong, and motivated.

Bondan: I don't care. You guys can do whatever you want. I'm just here to get a good grade.

Alexa: Me too. I don't need friends. Friends are just a waste of time and energy. They only cause trouble and drama.

Meta: How can you say that? Friendship is a precious gift that we should cherish and appreciate. Friendship can teach us many things, such as loyalty, trust, respect, and empathy.

Alexa: Whatever. You're just naive and sentimental. Friendship is just a fake and temporary thing. People will eventually betray you, hurt you, or leave you.

Olive: That's not true. Maybe you just haven't met the right friends yet. Friends are like stars that shine in the dark. They are always there for you, even when you can't see them.

Alexa: Ha! That's just a cheesy and cliché metaphor. Friends are like knives that stab you in the back. They are only nice to you when they need something from you.

Satrya: Stop it, Alexa. You're being rude and disrespectful. You don't have to be friends with us, but you don't have to insult us either.

Alexa: Oh, please. You're just afraid of the truth. You're just a bunch of losers who need friends to feel good about yourselves.

Luna: Alexa, why are you so mean? Did something bad happen to you? Do you need help?

Alexa: Mind your own business, Luna. You're just a weak and pathetic girl who can't stand up for yourself.

Luna: (crying) I'm sorry...

Meta: Alexa, that's enough. You've gone too far. You should apologize to Luna right now.

Alexa: No way. I don't owe her anything. In fact, I don't owe any of you anything. I'm out of here.

Alexa leaves the room angrily, leaving the others shocked and sad.

Example 3: The Lost Wallet

This script is about a group of friends who find a wallet on the street and decide what to do with it. They have different opinions and motivations, but they eventually learn the value of honesty and friendship. This script uses informal Javanese language.

The characters are:

  • Anto: a boy who is greedy and dishonest

  • Murti: a girl who is naive and gullible

  • Tejo: a boy who is wise and responsible

  • Jalal: a boy who is adventurous and curious

  • Sri: a girl who is the owner of the wallet

  • Mawar: a girl who is Sri's friend

The script is:

Anto, Murti, Tejo, and Jalal are walking on the street after school. They see a wallet on the ground.

Anto: Hey, look at that! A wallet! (picks it up)

Murti: Wow, whose wallet is that?

Tejo: Maybe someone dropped it by accident. We should return it to the owner.

Jalal: How do we know who the owner is? Is there an ID card inside?

Anto: Let me see. (opens the wallet) Wow, there's a lot of money here. And a credit card too.

Murti: Really? How much money?

Anto: About 500 thousand rupiahs. And the credit card is from a bank.

Murti: Wow, that's a lot of money. We can buy a lot of things with that.

Tejo: Hey, don't be silly. That's not our money. We can't just take it.

Jalal: Yeah, Tejo is right. That's stealing. We have to find the owner and give it back.

Anto: Why? It's not like anyone will know. It's our lucky day. We can split the money and buy whatever we want.

Murti: Hmm, maybe Anto has a point. It's not like we stole it. We just found it.

Tejo: No, no, no. That's wrong. That's someone else's hard-earned money. How would you feel if you lost your wallet and someone took your money?

Murti: Well, I would feel sad and angry.

Tejo: Exactly. So we should do the right thing and return the wallet.

Jalal: But how do we find the owner? There's no ID card inside.

Tejo: Maybe there's something else that can help us. Let me see. (looks inside the wallet) Aha! There's a receipt here from a bookstore. It has a name and a phone number on it.

Jalal: Great! Let's call that number and see if it belongs to the owner.

Tejo: OK, let me borrow your phone, Anto.

Anto: (reluctantly) Fine, here you go. (gives his phone to Tejo)

Tejo: Thanks. (dials the number) Hello? Is this Sri?

Sri: (from the phone) Yes, this is Sri. Who is this?

Tejo: Hi, Sri. My name is Tejo. I'm sorry to bother you, but I think I found your wallet on the street.

Sri: (from the phone) What? You found my wallet? Oh my God, thank you so much! I've been looking for it everywhere. Where are you now?

Tejo: I'm near the park with my friends. We saw your wallet on the ground and picked it up.

Sri: (from the phone) Thank you so much for being honest and kind. Can you please wait there for me? I'll come right away to get it.

Tejo: Sure, no problem. We'll wait for you here.

Sri: (from the phone) Thank you again. You're a lifesaver.

Example 4: The School Festival

This script is about a group of friends who participate in a school festival. They have to perform a Javanese dance and they have to practice hard and overcome some difficulties. This script uses a mix of Javanese and Indonesian language.

The characters are:

  • Radit: a boy who is the leader of the group and the main dancer

  • Tio: a boy who is Radit's best friend and the second dancer

  • Melati: a girl who is Radit's girlfriend and the main dancer

  • Cempaka: a girl who is Melati's best friend and the second dancer

  • Bu Sari: the teacher who guides the group

  • Pak Slamet: the principal who watches the performance

The script is:

Bu Sari: Anak-anak, besok adalah hari penting bagi kita semua. Kita akan tampil di festival sekolah dengan menampilkan tari Jawa yang indah dan menarik.

Radit: Iya, Bu. Kami sudah siap untuk tampil dengan maksimal.

Tio: Kami sudah latihan keras selama beberapa minggu ini, Bu.

Melati: Kami sudah hafal gerakan-gerakan dan kostumnya, Bu.

Cempaka: Kami sudah yakin bisa membuat penonton terpesona, Bu.

Bu Sari: Baguslah kalau begitu. Saya bangga dengan kalian. Tapi ingat, jangan lengah dan jangan sombong. Kalian harus tetap fokus dan konsentrasi. Jangan sampai ada kesalahan yang bisa merusak penampilan kalian.

Radit: Tenang saja, Bu. Kami tidak akan mengecewakan Bapak Ibu Guru dan teman-teman se-sekolah.

Tio: Kami akan berusaha sebaik mungkin, Bu.

Melati: Kami akan berikan yang terbaik, Bu.

Cempaka: Kami akan bersinar di atas panggung, Bu.

Bu Sari: Baiklah. Sekarang mari kita latihan sekali lagi untuk memastikan semuanya berjalan lancar. Siap?

Radit+Tio+Melati+Cempaka: Siap, Bu!

Bu Sari: Oke, mulai!

Mereka mulai menari dengan anggun dan harmonis. Mereka menunjukkan kemampuan dan kerjasama yang baik. Mereka tampak percaya diri dan bahagia. Bu Sari mengawasi mereka dengan senyum puas.

Bu Sari: Bagus sekali! Kalian hebat! Saya yakin kalian akan sukses besok. Sekarang istirahatlah dan persiapkan diri kalian dengan baik. Jangan lupa makan yang bergizi dan tidur yang cukup. Besok pagi kita bertemu di sekolah jam 7 untuk berangkat ke tempat festival. Ada pertanyaan?

Radit+Tio+Melati+Cempaka: Tidak ada, Bu.

Bu Sari: Baiklah. Sampai jumpa besok. Selamat beristirahat.

Radit+Tio+Melati+Cempaka: Terima kasih, Bu. Sampai jumpa besok.

Keesokan harinya, mereka berangkat ke tempat festival dengan bus sekolah. Mereka tampak gembira dan semangat. Mereka menyanyikan lagu-lagu dan bercanda bersama. Mereka sampai di tempat festival sekitar jam 9 pagi. Mereka langsung menuju ke ruang ganti untuk memakai kostum dan riasan mereka. Mereka tampil sebagai grup ke-5 dari 10 grup yang ikut festival. Mereka menunggu giliran mereka di belakang panggung sambil melakukan pemanasan dan doa bersama.

Radit: Teman-teman, ini adalah saatnya kita membuktikan diri kita. Ini adalah kesempatan kita untuk menunjukkan bakat dan prestasi kita. Ini adalah momen kita untuk bersinar di depan semua orang.

Tio: Iya, Radit. Aku setuju dengan kamu. Ayo kita berikan yang terbaik untuk sekolah kita.

Melati: Aku juga setuju dengan kamu, Radit. Ayo kita tampil dengan penuh percaya diri dan senyuman.

Cempaka: Aku juga setuju dengan kamu, Radit. Ayo kita tampil dengan penuh semangat dan kekompakan.


In this article, we have seen four examples of Javanese drama scripts that have the theme of friendship. Each script has a different plot, setting, character, and language style. However, they all share the same message: that friendship is a valuable and meaningful thing in life. Friendship can help us overcome challenges, learn new things, have fun, and grow as a person. Friendship can also teach us important values, such as honesty, loyalty, respect, empathy, and responsibility. Therefore, we should appreciate and cherish our friends and treat them well.

Writing a Javanese drama script can be a fun and creative way to express ourselves and our culture. It can also be a useful tool to learn and practice the Javanese language and literature. We hope that this article has inspired you to write your own Javanese drama script or to watch and enjoy some Javanese drama performances. Thank you for reading. a27c54c0b2


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