The Comédie-Française (French pronunciation: ) or Théâtre-Français (IPA: ) is one of the few state theatres in France. Founded in 1680, it is considered the oldest active theatre company in the world. Established as a French state-controlled entity in 1995, it is the only state theatre in France to have its own permanent troupe of actors.
Album · 2010 · 5 Songs. Molière: l'avare, acte 5. 19:47. 5 Songs, 1 Hour 41 Minutes. Robin des Bois, prince des voleurs - EP. 2010.
The Comédie-Française is also commonly known as the Maison de Molière (House of Molière). It was founded in 1680 through the union of two troupes, including that of the playwright, who had died eight years previously. It has perpetuated his work and his heritage for more than three centuries. Author, actor, and troupe leader, Molière embodied the man of the theatre, engaged with his art and in the society of his time
Comédie Française Salle Richelieu "l'avare" Molière. Paris, 75001, France. Performance Art Theatre Professional Service. 1 Place Colette, Paris, 75001, France. Performance Art Theatre. 2 km. Modelscouting by Jana Hernette. 176 rue de Rivoli, Paris, 75001, France. Company, Professional Service.
1680 (Comédie-Française founded) 1790 (Salle Richelieu opens) 1799 (Comédie-Française moves into the Salle Richelieu). The Comédie-Française (French pronunciation: ) or Théâtre-Français (IPA: ) is one of the few state theatres in France. It is the only state theatre to have its own troupe of actors. The company's primary venue is the Salle Richelieu. The theatre is part of the Palais-Royal complex and located at 2 rue de Richelieu on the Place André-Malraux in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. The theatre has also been known as the Théâtre de la République and La maison de Molière (English: House of Molière).
1959 BNF Collection. Molière: L'Avare, acte II, scènes 4 et 5 (Mono version). Denis d'Inès, Jacques Butin, Mireille Perrey 01-01-1959. Total duration:24 min. 01. L'Avare: Act II, Scene 4 (La Flèche, Frosine). 02. L'Avare: Act II, Scene 5 (Harpagon, Frosine). 03.
La Comédie-Française, 1680-1962 by Direction des musées de France.