Rania (born in 1971) is an Actress, Voice Talent, Acting Trainer, writer
and Director. She holds a BA in Dramatic Arts (1993) and an MA in Acting
Coaching from Lebanese University (2015) and has begun her PHD in
Theater in the Lebanese University. Since 2000, she has been teaching
theater in schools and leading workshops for children, then teenagers
and adults since 2015, such as the drama club at the Beirut Arab
University and child drama workshop at the sunflower theatre with Khayal
association. On a yearly basis, she writes texts, directs and leads
participants to perform to an audience or in front of a camera.
Rania is a theatre facilitator, Playkit trainer, and Video Making
Trainer with Seenaryo. She has directed several plays for child and
women theater such as “Ghazl al banat” (Jan. 2020). She also
participated in “I learn from home” program where the videos reached
children at their homes. And now she continues to train theatre online
In addition to Acting coaching, Rania has an experience in stage acting
for kids, experimental theater and Comedy plays, as well as TV acting
since 1990. Her latest TV series titled “Bil Alb” written by Tarek
Soueid. The list of series that she acted in is long among which are
“Beirut City”, “Thawrat el Fallaheen”, “Thawani”, “Hilweh
w Kizebeh”, Kiamat Elbanadek”, and “Khtarab Elhay” in addition
to Sitcoms and students graduation films. She performed on stage in
plays such as “Woslit La 99” (a re-do of one of Shoushou’s plays),
“Kilna Takla” about st. Takla, and the play-winner of the best
performance in Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theater
1992, “Al Jayb Al Serri”.
She started working as a voice talent since 1993 and still, where she
records voice over projects such as e-learning programs, podcasts, she
also works on cartoon specialized dubbing, and over all kinds of
programs and series. She has put her voice in programs for international
production houses such as Turner, Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon
Network, Dreamworks, CBeebies, BBC, Netflix, in addition to Asian,
European, and Latin productions, all performed in formal Arabic or
She has also studied music and singing in the National Conservatory
(1990-1993), and participated in several Lebanese choirs like Nabih
Alkhateeb’s choir for traditional cultural songs “mowashahat”.
She was a member of the Red Bridge Ensemble for Community Theatre
(Lebanon 2018-2020), an ensemble that is specialized in Interactive
Social Theatre of which Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) and Playback
Theatre. Also, Rania was a member of “Les Amis de Marionettes” a
puppet troupe that performs in Lebanon and abroad (2016-2019).
She has attended training workshops in Playback Theatre with Soline
Daccache, Steve Nash, Hannah Fox, Jutta Heppekausen and Henk Göbel.
She has attended as well a practical course on musical education for
children at the French Cultural Center (2002), a Writing workshop for
children made up of two parts that ended with a full play written text,
sponsored and organized by ASSITEJ (International association of theater
for children and youth (2014 -2015).