The Guole Theater is located in the middle of the old street in the West Scenic District. Because it was built on water, it is also called the "Floating Stage." This elegant and graceful theater has a peaked roof and upturned eaves. Stan Lai personally oversaw the reconstruction, preserving all of the wonderful wood carvings. The traditional theater, which was originally outdoors, was moved inside, thereby transforming the theater into a unique performance space for traditional and contemporary theater. The viewing area and the stage are all part of the same room, which is characterized by the magnificent decorative ceiling panel in the center of the theater.