Sutradara : Sahlan Bahuy
Karya : Fredrik Brattberg
Penerjemah : Syarah Meidiana
Tim Artistik : Deden Bulqini, Yuda Kalimullah, Ipril
Penata Lampu: Aji Sangiaji
Penata Musik : Enry Johan Johari
Penata Kostum: Ilyahanda Fildzah A
Penata Literatur: Wawan Sofwan, Yopi Setia Umbara
Aktor : Agung Kurniawan, Hanna Rosiana, Mohamad Aditya, Rendra Wicaksono
Stage Manager : Dwi Aryanto Arnando
Produser : Heliana Sinaga
Operational Manager: Femia Yamaniastuti
"Kembali" merupakan sebuah komedi gelap tentang sepasang suami istri yang mencoba membangun kembali kehidupan mereka setelah kehilangan anaknya. Mereka bahkan telah menganggap anaknya tewas. Namun, rupanya kehilangan itu sungguh menyiksa mereka. Sebab, mereka memiliki harapan anaknya akan kembali. Hingga suatu hari terdengar ketukan di pintu rumah mereka.
About Kembali (Tilbakekomstene), Playwright Notes
I have a background as a composer, where I have used much of my time composing and studying classical music. When I started to write plays I was searching for forms and principles in music that I could adopt into theatre. The main form in musical composition is repetition. In music you find the same melodies being repeated many times. A principle in classical composition is that the composer should not repeat melodies or themes the exact same way, but they should always be written differently. If you have one melody (A) followed by another melody (B) and then you repeat the first melody (A), then the melody (A) have to be a bit different. All because it has been through melody (B). Melody (B) has affected melody (A). KEMBALI is based on two themes. Gustav is dead (A) and Gustav is not dead (B). The two themes are repeated many times, but they are never exactly the same. They are changing gradually. They are changing and developing, as a composer develops his themes.
The relationship between parents and children is the strongest relationship ever. But can it deal with anything, isn't there a limit? Is their love infinite? Can we, unto a certain point, understand the parents in this play?
The play is quite open and can done and be seen in many ways.