In the center of the Entertainment Center in Tel Aviv, an outdoor stage is set up with live music and a dance party is scheduled for Saturday.
At night, a stage is placed next to the theater where guests can view the fireworks.
But the biggest attraction is a massive projection screen that sits above the stage and displays the latest news and latest news on TV.
The entertainment center in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
(Photo credit: BETHLEHEM MEDIA)The screen shows the latest headlines on television, including the latest developments in the Gaza conflict, Israeli airstrikes on the Syrian government airbase and the Palestinian Authority’s bid to form a Palestinian state.
The projection screen also includes live music performances and a stage where guests are invited to watch the fireworks, according to the Tel Aviv-based Jerusalem Post.
The stage is located in the center and is covered with a transparent Plexiglas and has a capacity of 500 people.
The projected images of fireworks are also shown in a darkened area.
The theater is open to the public for a few hours on Saturdays.
The venue is owned by the Israel Tourism Authority, which is part of the state’s tourism industry.
Last year, the Tel-Yehudi newspaper reported that the theater was being used to promote the movie The Black Sea.
The theater was built in the early 2000s and opened in 2009.
A video posted on YouTube showed a live performance by a group of people from the local music scene performing in the theater.
The video showed a group that included singers, guitarists, dancers, singers, pianists, actors and a drummer.
The Tel-Bethlehem Municipality issued a statement saying that the production was conducted in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
“The city of Tel-Mesheleh does not allow the use of public space in a manner that violates the prohibition against private and public use of private spaces in the municipality.
The municipality takes all measures to ensure the safety of residents, visitors and residents of the municipality, including security precautions to prevent any form of criminal activity,” the statement said.
On Monday, a Tel Aviv court sentenced two men to prison terms for vandalizing a Tel-Amos cinema.
A court in the town of Netanya in the northern city of Kiryat Malachi found one man guilty of damaging the property and the other was sentenced to five years in prison.
The two were arrested in June 2016.