The Gulbenkian Theater is an amphitheater located at the Lebanese American University. The Gulbenkian amphitheater consists of a thrust stage, a backstage with two dressing and make-up rooms, a control room for lighting and sound operation, wardrobe cabinets and a scene shop for set construction and for wood stage. It has 344 seats.
It was inaugurated in 1970 with the stage production “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” directed by Vanougean Khedeshian for Hamazkayan group. The first major theater production performed in this theater was “Marco Polo,” directed by Dr. Irene Faffler in 1971.

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Gulbenkian Theater

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    Lebanese American University (LAU) Quraitem Tel.: +9611784408



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