The performance platform of the stage is a multi-layered floor, 16.5 meters in width and 25 meters in length. Timber was laid on a layer of rubber pads, on which two folds of 12 mm-thick plywood were spread, and maple flooring was installed on the top. An expansion joint was set every 600mm to compensate for the expected expansion and contraction of the floor. For good protection of the floor surface, highly durable paint was applied.

Such flooring structure provides the floor with resiliency, a quality favored by dancers. The top coating on the floor helps to protect the surface when moving heavy equipment on the stage. It is particularly effective for the air-casters installed on the concert towers, as the air pressure can be maintained. Also, the water-resistance of the top coating prevents the floor from warping and makes cleaning easy.
 
 
There are five levels of galleries on each side of the stage. The ones on stage right are used for the scenery batten operation, and the stage left galleries are for the production lighting.
The galleries on the stage right consist of two levels used to operate the line-sets, and three levels used to load the counterweights for the scenery. On stage left there are a rope-rigging gallery, a plugging gallery used to support the production lighting power supply, a dimmer rack gallery used to set up portable dimmer racks, and two levels used as catwalks.
The concert towers, together with the concert ceiling, function as a sound-reflective device essential for the orchestra setting. The towers and the ceiling create a background as well, by setting off the conductors and performers advantageously. Finished with a wooden texture and color, the concert towers and the concert ceiling create a more relaxed atmosphere.
The concert towers are also equipped with two levels of acoustic ledges, which provide the musicians with sound reflections important for cross-stage communication and hearing their own musical sound.
The manually operated rigging system is known for its excellent performance in both speediness and preciseness, and thus contributes to the good production of performing arts.
A total of 73 manually operated counterweight line-sets are installed at intervals of 15 centimeters on center. These line-sets were designed to lift maximum 900 kg, however, a normal load capacity is 670 kg considering other factors such as weighing conditions.
The manually operated rigging system is known for its excellent performance in both speediness and preciseness, and thus contributes to the good production of performing arts. A total of 73 manually operated counterweight line-sets are installed at intervals of 15 centimeters on center. These line-sets were designed to lift maximum 900 kg, however, a normal load capacity is 670 kg considering other factors such as weighing conditions.
Installed above the forestage, this rigging device is used for lighting and other stage effects.
The headers and legs are used to control the size of the proscenium opening. The opening size can be adjusted between 11.3m x 9.0m at its smallest and 16.4m x 12.0m at its largest. The headers and legs are finished with the same material that is applied on the proscenium arch in order to eliminate visual disparity.
The Grand Drape is the curtain at the proscenium of the stage house. The most beautiful in shape among the various curtains in the auditorium, the Grand Drape opens crosswise.
The orchestra pit lift is a mechanized device which provides quite a bit of flexibility in the use of the forestage. Capable of being positioned at stage level, the main floor audience seating level, or the orchestra pit level, the orchestra pit lift provides the flexible use of the forestage. A pressure-sensing tape switch is attached below the floor of the orchestra pit lift and on the surfaces around the lift, so that the lift is automatically stopped in case any foreign objects get jammed between the lift and the surrounding surfaces.
The orchestra pit lift is designed to accommodate extra seating as well. Wagons fitted with fixed audience chairs are moved onto the lift, and the lift is placed at the main floor audience seating level, providing 70 extra seats. The wagons use the air-caster system. When not in use, the chair wagons are put in storage behind the orchestra pit.
A device for a more dynamic stage setting is the portable turntable system consisting of a double doughnut-shaped portable turntable, each 16.5 cm thick, and 7 m and 10 m in diameter respectively, with accompanying floors. Operated by remote control, the rotating direction can be easily changed. When disconnected, the turntable is easy to move. Also, it can be used as a wagon with the driver detached.