For Talent Development, Knowledge Sharing and Entertainment
2003 – Present
Theatre Athénée Jounieh (TAJ) was founded in 2003 as a permanent theater for children, offering them a safe space for self-expression, personal development and entertainment. Its primary purpose was to spread values of civic education, family principles and national belonging. As children grew, the theater grew with them, developing its activities to meet their evolving needs.
Throughout the years, TAJ has become a truly versatile platform at the service of culture, knowledge-sharing and community building.
TAJ aims to inspire and transform lives through targeted seminars, workshops, productions and collaborations. The theater continuously reinvents itself, innovating in its services to better serve the community.
TAJ’s three pillars
The LEAD program is a collaboration between GNFF and the An Nawras Cultural Center. Its target is to empower young girls (aged 16 to 18) by educating them on leadership and citizenship. The 3-year program focuses on self-development in year 1 and career guidance with an internship in year 2, with one-on-one mentoring sessions throughout to better support each participant.
Throughout our different coaching sessions, LEAD helped me draw a roadmap for my future and my career.SelenaLEAD participant
Workshops and Classes
TAJ offers various activities to develop talents and foster well being
Mental health and personal development seminars
Acting lessons for youth and adults
Movie screenings and debate sessions
Personal fashion and dress code coaching
Healthy Cooking workshops
Over the years, GNFF has been contributing to the wellbeing of children through a multitude of seminars.
USJ seminar:” Quelle approche éducative pour le bien-être de l’enfant”
Louna’s shows have been bringing joy and magic to both children and their parents
Full house for the Malla 3al2a show, written by and featuring a young talented lady