Store Scene (The Main Stage) is the proscenium arch venue and offers up to 450 numbered seats. The main venues repertoire contains musicals, classical plays, family plays and other major productions; The last years from classics such as A Winters Tale (directed by Silviu Purcarete), A Midsummer Night's Dream, both by William Shakespeare (directed by Leif Stinnerbom) and The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen (directed by Vibeke Bjelke) to the musicals The Full Monty by McNally and Yazbeck and Funny Girl by Jules Styne, Bob Merrill and Isobel Lennart (both directed by Runar Borge), family plays such as Ronja the Robber's Daughter (directed by Erik Ulfsby) and Pippi Longstockings by Astrid Lindgren (directed Hanne Tømta) and major plays such as 1900. Maskespill and 1900. Maskefall, A city's history, a criminal riddle and a love story through fifty years in Bergen by Gunnar Staalesen (directed by Morten Borgersen), One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey and Dale Wasserman (directed by Bjørn Melander) and Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen (directed by Robert Wilson).
Småscenen was designed by architect Halvdan Grieg. It was opened in 1982 as a flexible stage with up to 250 unnumbered seats. In this black box theatre we have over the resent years presented plays like Baal by Bertolt Brecht (directed by Morten Borgersen), A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen (directed by Yngve Sundvor), By the Bog of Cats by Marina Carr (directed by Kim Dambæk), Don Ranudo (directed by Morten Borgersen), The Idiot by Fjodor Dostojevskij (directed by Alexa Ther) and Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (directed by Per Olav Sørensen).
Lille Scene has seating capacity for up to 90 persons in unnumbered seats. The entrance to the Lille Scene is on the east side of the theatre. Lille Scene celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1997 and in an intimate setting this stage has presented plays like Cleansed by Sarah Kane (directed by Anders Paulin), The Cold Heart by Astrid Saalbach (directed by Kim Dambæk), The Girl in the Sofa by Jon Fosse (directed by Morten Borgersen), Novecento by Alessandro Baricco (directed by Bjarte Hjelmeland), Mein Kampf by George Tabori (directed by Morten Borgersen), Belgrade Trilogy: Family Stories by Biljana Srbljanovic (directed by Runar Hodne), The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh (directed by Yngve Sundvor) and Dream of Autumn by Jon Fosse (directed by Terje Mærli).