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Located in the heart of the Palais Royal , in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the Comédie Française is a cultural institution and the only state theater in France with a permanent troupe of actors, the Troupe des Comédiens Français.
Created to merge the two Parisian troops of the Hotel Guénégaud and the Hôtel de Bourgogne, the Comédie Française was founded by royal decree of Louis XIV, in 1680. During the revolution, in 1793, the Comédie Française was closed on the order of the Committee of Public Safety and the actors were imprisoned. In 1799, the new government allowed the actors to reconstitute the troupe and put at their disposal the Richelieu room where performances are still held today.
The Comédie Française regularly offers theatrical performances, notably in the Richelieu Room, a main hall that can accommodate up to 800 spectators. Guided tours of the history and functioning of the theater are also organized. Often nicknamed the "House of Molière", the Comédie Française houses the chair in which the playwright died during a performance of the "Illusionary Ill."
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