Under the string of colored lights, the stairs leading down to Meitar's "Amphi."
Enlarge the photo 2x and you can find some benches, the stage, a few rows of stone seats, and lots of grass.
And the outer row of Meitar's houses.
We are looking to the north/ northwest and I reckon the buildings off in the distance are Palestinian villages or towns beyond the nearby Green Line.
Meitar was built just south of the West Bank, just below the Green Line, i.e. in Israel proper.
On this map you can see the white dotted line - - - - - marking the 1949 Armistice Agreement Line.
To the east, west, and south of Meitar are many Israeli Bedouin villages, towns, and even one Bedouin city, Rahat.
I have only lived in Meitar for two weeks so I haven't seen any events in the amphitheater yet.
Soon summer vacation ends and probably the activity in the amphi will pick up again.
You can drag that map around or zoom in on Meitar.
My 2010 paper map gives the population as 7,500.
(Linking the big sky and rare summer clouds to SkyWatch Friday.)