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This research highlights a form of transformation of print-based scenario into audio-visual-based scenario in Kondobulengfolk theater. The urgency of this research is affected by the lack of actor regeneration of Kondobuleng folk theater so that it is one of the causes of the dimming of the theater group. In addition, the actors are known to be in a phase that is quite difficult to transfer knowledge of Kondobuleng performance, especially in the scenario. Therefore, this research provides a solution by creating a supporting media to facilitate the process of transmitting knowledge related to the scenario of Kondobuleng folk theater. As for the efforts made namely the documentation method with cinematographic technique to produce new media in the circle of performance art so as to produce academic novelty in the form of audio-visual scenario product at the Kondobuleng theater. This new media can be used as a training medium for actors in understanding plot, dialogue, texture, facial expression, and artistic set in a performance. The benefit for the Kondobuleng folk theater is a as solution to the threat of its regeneration crisis in facing the challenges of the times as well as a new spirit in restoring the existence of theater which is known to have experienced a stage crisis during the pandemic. In closing, this research has a Technology Readiness Level in terms of the use of audio-visual media in the form of scenario cinematography as a media for learning and training of actor as well as references for students in understanding scenario production techniques which are generally print-based into audio-visual-based scenario as a form of furtherance in facing the challenges of Era 5.0.



actor, audio-visual, cinematography, Kondobuleng, performance, scenario.

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Muhajir, M., Syam, F., & Kurniawan, M. F. (2023). Audio-Visual Scenario of Kondubuleng Performance as A Learning Formula and Training of Actor. Pusaka: Journal of Tourism, Hospitality, Travel and Business Event, 5(1), 1-10.