The Roman theater in Alexandria in Kom El-Dikka is one of the monuments of the Roman era. It was built at the beginning of the fourth century AD, and it is the only Roman theater in Egypt.
The building is listed in the shape of a horseshoe or the letter U and consists of 13 rows of marble terraces numbered with Greek letters and numbers to organize the seating process and it can accommodate about 600 people.
And the use of the building as a hall to listen to music (Odeon), as it had the element of listening thanks to the presence of the dome and the orchestra area.
In the Byzantine era, the building was used as a meeting hall (Plutarium).