The exhibition was re-arranged, and re-opened in the autumn of 2002. The second floor includes a room, named "Musical Branches (Operetta)", introducing the following stars of the theatre stage: Lujza Blaha, Sári Fedák, Hanna Honthy, the Latabárs, János Sárdi, and Róbert Rátonyi, along with the composers: Jenő Huszka, Imre Kálmán, Ferenc Lehár. It also provides a description of the theatre itself.
Four rooms are situated on the fourth floor, where the birth process of theatrical performances is being demonstrated. "Beyond the secrets" tells about the actor's relationship with the other artists: writers, directors, and designers. Visitors can learn more about the process of learning a script, the methods of establishing a role, the set and the customs, the "dress up" of a performance, and the relationship between the actor and the audience. Famous shows are also featured in the exhibition.
The "Dance Art" room includes Dance-archives, the autonym collection of the motion art from Valéria Dienes and Olga Szentpál to Mária Mirovszki, the representatives of ballet from the 1880s to nowadays (Anna Pallai, Imre Eck), and the exceptional representatives of the Hungarian Dance Art (Iván Szabó, Miklós Rábai, László Vásárhelyi) following 1945.