It was opened in 1959, after the reconstruction of the old Cinema Theatre. During the reconstruction the stage was adapted for acting. The new project for reconstruction, developed by architect A. Kančas, was presented in 2008 and successfully completed in October 2012.
(Ruth hall) This hall was opened in 2011 during the premiere performance Pamokslas žuvims (A Sermon to Fish) by director Vidmantas Baltulis. This hall was one of the most favorite creative spaces before the opening of the Main Stage.
One of the most unique halls was opened in 1990 during the performance Smėlio klavyrai (Claviers of Sand) by director J. Jurašas. Well known performances Heda Gabler (director G. Varnas), Patala (Ward) (director R. Kazlas), Andersono gatvė (Street of Andersen) (director I. Paliulytė) were created in this hall. This hall is not adapted for the disabled. We apologize for this inconvenience and suggest choosing a performance offered in the Main Stage, the Small Stage or Rūta’s Hall.
This stage was built during the reconstruction of the theatre. It has an exclusive and unique glass corridor with a view to the New Town of Kaunas and the residential area Žaliakalnis (the Green Hill).