This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 10:21. französischer Komödiendichter, * 15. 30,129 check-ins. The stage was 9.4 meters across and 17 meters deep, with space in front for the orchestra 7.6 meters across and 3 meters deep. Quoted and translated by Carlson 1966, p. 64. [9], In October 1789 a revolutionary mob forcibly evicted the royal family from the Palace of Versailles and compelled them to move to Paris. 2. To get around these problems, he used a strategy which in part resembled one previously employed by Audinot at Théâtre de l'Ambigu-Comique: he replaced the puppets with children. See more of Théâtre du Palais-Royal on Facebook. 47–48. Erst nachdem Molière den Inhalt entschärft hatte, durfte er den „Tartuffe“ in der neuen Fassung am 5. Von 1636 bis 1641 besuchte er das Jesuitenkolleg Clermont in Paris. In the 18th century many of Rameau's works were first performed here, including Hippolyte et Aricie (1 October 1733), Les Indes galantes (23 August 1735), Castor et Pollux (24 October 1737), Dardanus (19 November 1739), and Zoroastre (5 December 1749).[8]. Mademoiselle Montansier, who had been the manager of the theatre at Versailles, as well as several other court theatres, followed the king and queen. [13] It is especially noteworthy as the theatre where most of the French operas of Christoph Willibald Gluck were first performed, including Iphigénie en Aulide (19 April 1774), Orphée et Eurydice (the French version of Orfeo ed Euridice) (2 August 1774), the revised version of Alceste (23 April 1776), Armide (23 September 1777), Iphigénie en Tauride (18 May 1779), and Echo et Narcisse (24 September 1779). Das Palais Royal im Film. 70. It was a major success becoming the most performed play of the Revolution with over 450 performances, 251 at Montansier's theatre alone, where it eventually earned around 500,000 francs, a substantial amount of money for the time. Wenn Sie auf Tripadvisor buchen, können Sie bis zu 24 Stunden vor Beginn der Tour gegen vollständige Rückerstattung stornieren. Later that year when the French invaded the Austrian Netherlands, under the command of General Charles François Dumouriez, Montansier convinced Dumouriez to allow her and her troupe to accompany the army. Conformément aux décisions gouvernementales Le Théâtre du Palais-Royal ferme ses portes dès aujourd’hui, vendredi 13 mars. See all 1 Théâtre du Palais Royal tours on Tripadvisor Dr Molière het sich bim Verfasse in gröössere Srück bi dr Komödie Aulularia vom römische Dichder Plautus bedient. After the July Revolution of 1830 some of the restrictions on theatres were relaxed. Das Haus besteht seit 1783 und wird seither unter wechselnden Namen, einer zwischenzeitlichen Schließung und seit 1831 unter diesem Namen ununterbrochen bespielt. In 1792 after the French declaration of war on Austria in April and the subsequent revelations of the Brunswick Manifesto in August, Montansier demonstrated her patriotism by outfitting a contingent of soldiers for the defense of France. Molière, mit bürgerlichem Namen Jean Baptiste Poquelin, war der Sohn eines reichen Teppichwirkers. Das Quartier du Palais Royal, das 3. Performers included Daniel Auteuil, Jean-Claude Brialy, Jean-Claude Carrière, Pierre Dux, Edwige Feuillère, and Jean Marais. La scène est décorée d’un écusson aux armes … For the current theatre with this name on the rue de Montpensier, see, Destruction of the second Salle du Palais-Royal by fire. [2], The Palais-Royal was originally known as the Palais-Cardinal, since it was built in the 1630s as the principal residence of Cardinal Richelieu. The City of Paris, which was responsible for the opera house, decided to build a new theatre on a site slightly further to the east (where the rue de Valois is located today). Februar 1673 ebenda) war ein französischer Schauspieler, Theaterdirektor und Dramatiker. "[8] The theatre was later taken over by a director named Delomel, but by 1789 attendance had declined, and he was in serious financial difficulties. "Paris. Not Now. "Theatres and Their Directors" in Kennedy et al. Dort debütierte er im Théâtre du Palais-Royal und kreierte Rollen wie Damis in Tartuffe, Dorante im Bürger als Edelmann und Octave in Scapins Streichen. 397–418 in, This page was last edited on 9 June 2020, at 22:40. Performance art theatre in Paris, France. She began using it for plays and Italian operas translated into French and the following year hired Louis to enlarge the stage and auditorium, increasing its capacity to 1300. His license, however, did not allow his actors to speak on stage. Garreau, Joseph E. (1984). [2], .mw-parser-output .tmulti .thumbinner{display:flex;flex-direction:column}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .trow{display:flex;flex-direction:row;clear:left;flex-wrap:wrap;width:100%;box-sizing:border-box}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .tsingle{margin:1px;float:left}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .theader{clear:both;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;align-self:center;background-color:transparent;width:100%}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .thumbcaption{background-color:transparent}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .text-align-left{text-align:left}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .text-align-right{text-align:right}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .text-align-center{text-align:center}@media all and (max-width:720px){.mw-parser-output .tmulti .thumbinner{width:100%!important;box-sizing:border-box;max-width:none!important;align-items:center}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .trow{justify-content:center}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .tsingle{float:none!important;max-width:100%!important;box-sizing:border-box;text-align:center}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .tsingle .thumbcaption{text-align:left}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .trow>.thumbcaption{text-align:center}}, This article is about a former Parisian theatre on the rue Saint-Honoré. In L'Avare wird der Typ des reich gewordenen, aber engstirnig und geizig gebliebenen Bürgers karikiert, der seine lebensfrohen und konsumfreudigen Kinder fast erstickt. [11] It had a capacity of more than 2,000 spectators. [3] In 1637 Richelieu asked his architect Jacques Le Mercier to begin work on the theatre, which opened in 1641 and was initially known as the Great Hall of the Palais-Cardinal. Ihn interessiert ausschließlich die Eroberung der jungen Herzen, denen er, nachdem er ihrer habhaft wurde, ebenso schnell wieder den Rücken kehrt, selbst wenn e… Harris-Warrick, Rebecca (1992). [12], The new theatre opened on 20 January 1770 with a performance of Rameau's Zoroastre. [1][4] Upon Richelieu's death in 1642, he left the property to King Louis XIII, and it became known as the Palais-Royal, although the name Palais-Cardinal sometimes still continued to be used. On the death of Molière in 1673, the troupe at the Guénégaud had been formed by a merger of the Théâtre du Marais and the Troupe de Molière. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Quand, après la destruction du Théâtre du Petit-Bourbon, Molière l’occupe en 1661, elle n’est que partiellement remise en état, et le plafond, peint en trompe-l’œil est masqué par une toile bleue tendue par des cordes. In 1812 the theatre was converted into a café with shows. L'école des femmes, comédie en cing actes et en vers, de Molière: représentée, pour la première fois, à Paris "Molière", pp. [10] On 30 September the company presented the play Le Sourd, ou L'Auberge pleine, a 3-act comedy by P. J. 3, pp. The theatre was used by the troupe of Molière from 1660 to 1673 and as an opera house by the Académie Royale de Musique from 1673 to 1763, when it was destroyed by fire. Wild, Nicole (2003). Hemmings 1994, p. 37; Ayers 2004, p. 48; Lecomte 1905. "Paris. [6], As early as 1753 a puppet theatre was erected in the northwest corner of the gardens of the Palais-Royal to entertain the children of its owner, the Duke of Orléans. September 1668 im Théâtre du Palais Royal uraufgeführt wurde. Later, when the French armies arrived in Brussels, Montansier set up a theatre to present patriotic and propagandistic entertainments, including revolutionary plays by Fabre d'Églantine, Joseph Laignelot, and Jean-Marie Collot d'Herbois. Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, alias Molière; (* 15. The Théâtre du Marais has been the name of several theatres and theatrical troupes in Paris, France.The original and most famous theatre of the name operated in the 17th century. [12][13], Almost immediately ticket sales began to outstrip the capacity of her theatre. [1] It was rebuilt and reopened in 1770, but again was destroyed by fire in 1781 and not rebuilt. The Théâtre du Palais-Royal is a 750-seat Parisian theatre at 38 rue de Montpensier, located at the northwest corner of the Palais-Royal in the Galerie de Montpensier at its intersection with the Galerie de Beaujolais. [11] The theatre began presenting Italian operas in French translation, successfully competing with, and gaining the enmity of the Opéra which had been exiled at the suburban Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin since 1781. Two years later they received a royal grant of 12,000 livres per year; and seven years later they received their present designation. B. Desforges. Der am 19. [1] After Vigarani's modifications the theatre had a total capacity of about 1,270 spectators: a parterre for 600 standing, amphitheatre seating for 120, and boxes with balconies accommodating another 550. Closed now. In the meantime the opera company performed in the Salle des Menus-Plaisirs on the rue Bergère. Realizing that the theatre would likely enhance the value of his property and the rents he could charge by increasing the number of visitors, Chartres decided to enlarge it and make it more permanent. Der erste Privatbrief an den König mit der Bitte um Freigabe des “Tartuffe” wird abschlägig beschieden, jedoch eine königliche Gratifikation von 1,000 Livres überwiesen - die bis 1671 jährlich, aber in unregelmäßigen Abständen gezahlt wird. Log In. About See all. Théâtre du Palais-Royal 38, rue de Montpensier 75001 PARIS. Contact : 01 42 97 59 76 Molière brachte das Theaterstück 1667 unter einem anderen Titel („Panulphe ou L’imposteur“) auf die Bühne im Palais Royal, aber der Erzbischof von Paris drohte jedem, der das Stück auch nur las, die Exkommunikation an. [6], On the death of his old collaborator, Lully ejected Molière's troupe to a new home at the Hôtel de Guénégaud and re-used the theatre as the opera house of the Académie royale de Musique (the name of the Paris Opera at the time). 1725–1789" in Sadie 1992, vol. Gardeur's innovation was having the child actors silently mouth words spoken or sung by adult actors, who quietly moved in felt slippers behind the scene. "Opera and Ballet in Seventeenth-Century French Theatres: Case Studies of the Salle des Machines and the Palais Royal Theater" in Radice 1998, pp. We recommend booking Théâtre du Palais Royal tours ahead of time to secure your spot. Théâtre du Palais-Royal (rue Saint-Honoré), Archives at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal website, "Le Roman d'un Théatre - Théâtre des variétés de Paris",éâtre_du_Palais-Royal&oldid=989153493, Buildings and structures in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz place identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1831–1860: Charles Contat-Desfontaines called ", 1860–1880: Francis de Plunkett called "Fleury" & Léon Dormeuil, 1989–1998: Francis Lemonnier, Francis Nani and Christian Azzopardi, 1998–2013: Francis Nani and Christian Azzopardi. After Napoleon's decree on the theatres in 1807 introduced significant constraints on the types of pieces that could be performed, it was used for lighter fare, such as acrobatics, rope dancing, performing dogs, and Neapolitan puppets. Le Molière a été attribué à … Gustave Quinson was the theatre's director from 1912 to 1942 and presented comedies by Tristan Bernard and Maurice Hennequin. Lully had much building work done on it in order to allow the installation of new stage machinery designed by Carlo Vigarani, capable of supporting the imposing sets of the operas he would later put on here. They may have provided assistance at the Battle of Jemmapes on 6 November 1792 and for certain entertained the troops after setting up a stage on the battlefield. 11,094 people like this. [14] During the two-week Easter break of 1791, Montansier hired Victor Louis to enlarge the stage and the auditorium. In 1637 Cardinal Richelieu began work on a theatre on the east wing of the Palais-Royal building, to break the theatre monopoly of the Hôtel de Bourgogne, and it was opened in 1641. [7], Several of Lully's operas (tragédies en musique) were premiered at the Palais-Royal, including Alceste (19 January 1674), Amadis (18 January 1684), and Armide (15 February 1686). The Palais-Royal traces its history to a small private theatre in the residence of Cardinal Richelieu. Among the many other works premiered here are Piccinni's Atys (22 February 1780), Grétry's Andromaque (6 June 1780), Philidor's Persée (27 October 1780), and Piccinni's Iphigénie en Tauride (23 January 1781). Don Juan, ein umtriebiger junger Adliger und Gotteslästerer mit ausschweifendem Lebensstil lebt mit seinem treuen Diener Sganarelle auf Sizilien, wo er zahlreiche Liebeseroberungen macht und junge Adelige genauso erfolgreich verführt wie einfache Mägde. Simeone 2000, p. 181, says it opened on 26 January 1770.éâtre_du_Palais-Royal_(rue_Saint-Honoré)&oldid=961697586#Moreau's_opera_house, Buildings and structures in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz place identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Montansier attempted to counteract these rumours and accusations, and let it be known her sympathies lay with the new revolutionary government. Letzter, Jacqueline; Adelson, Robert (2001). The architect he chose to design the new apartment buildings was Victor Louis, who was famous for having designed the Théâtre de Bordeaux. Kennedy, Emmet; Netter, Marie-Laurence; McGregor, James P.; Olsen, Mark V. (1996). Mit seiner Lebensgefährtin Madelaine Béjart gründete Poquelin 1643 die Schauspieltruppe "L’Illustre Théâtre". This replaced the old machinery designed by Giacomo Torelli in 1645. The actresses Hortense Schneider and Virginie Déjazet also appeared there. L'école des femmes, comédie en cing actes et en vers, de Molière: représentée, pour la première fois, à Paris, sur le Théâtre du Palais-royal (French Edition) [Molière, .] 1622 Paris, † 17. 1, p. 38; Lecomte 1905, pp. 1673 Paris; studierte Rechtswissenschaft, gründete 1643 das „Illustre Théâtre“, das gleich Bankrott machte, bereiste daraufhin die französische Provinz mit einer Schauspieltruppe; übernahm 1660 das Théâtre du Palais-Royal, für das er Lustspiele schrieb und in dem er selbst auftrat. 2. The theatre became especially well known for presenting the hilarious comedies of Eugène Labiche. [9] In the meantime the company performed in the Salle des Machines in the Tuileries Palace, which was first reduced to a size more suitable for opera by the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. [5], The troupe of Molière and the Comédie-Italienne put on the shows here between 1660 and 1673. Zu … The new puppet theatre gave its inaugural performance on 23 October and soon became popularly known as the Théâtre des Beaujolais, since this was the name usually given to sons of the House of Orléans before they became adults. The Opera's first theatre was destroyed by fire on 6 April 1763. The capacity of the house was increased to 1300 spectators, and the height and depth of the stage were doubled. The award was created by Georges Cravenne, who was also the creator of the César Award for cinema. 38 rue de Montpensier (7,959.62 km) 75001 Paris, France. Create New Account. [15], As the Revolution progressed, Montansier was anonymously accused in political pamphlets, called libelles, of debauchery in her relations with her lover and partner Honoré Bourdon de Neuville, and in her previous associations with Marie Antoinette. [14], The theatre continued to be used by the Opera until 8 June 1781, when it too was destroyed by fire. 37–71. Réouverture le vendredi 17 avril 2020. Théâtre du Palais-Royal, Paris: Țara premierei: Format:Country data Numele țării : Coregrafie: Pierre Beauchamp[*] Personaje; Bolnavul închipuit (în franceză Le Malade imaginaire) este o comedie-balet, ultima creație a lui Moliere, operă aflată la limita dintre comic și tragic. Pitou 1983, p. 26; Ayers 2004, pp. on 860–864. Dormeuil and Poirson had the theatre remodelled by Louis Regnier de Guerchy and reopened it as the Théâtre du Palais-Royal with a license to present comédies, vaudevilles, and comédies melées d'ariettes, among which were some early works by Hervé. Nota de final este dată de dispariția autorului, care a murit la a patra reprezentație a ei. The Molière Awards are considered the highest French theatre honour, the equivalent to the American Tony Award, the British Olivier Awardand the Spanish Premios Max. September 1668 im Théâtre du Palais-Royal uraufgeführt wurde. Im Jahr darauf verheiratete sich Molière mit Armande Béjart, der Tochter oder Schwester von Madelaine Béjart. Das Théâtre du Palais-Royal ist ein privates Theater auf der Rue de Montpensier im 1. Delomel was evicted in January 1790, after which he transferred his troupe on 22 February to the Théâtre des Élèves de l'Opéra on the Boulevard du Temple, where eventually for lack of adequate receipts he was forced to close permanently on 7 March 1791. In L’Avare wird der Typ des reich gewordenen, aber engstirnig und geizig gebliebenen Bürgers karikiert, der seine lebensfrohen und konsumfreudigen … [5] Today the theatre continues to present plays and other light entertainments. Gefällt 11.088 Mal. Im Palais Royal inszeniert Molière “La Thebaide”, das erste Stück Racines. Das Théâtre du Palais-Royal ist ein privates Theater auf der Rue de Montpensier im 1. In the 1950s the theatre produced Paul Claudel's Le soulier de satin (The Satin Slipper) with Jean-Louis Barrault and Madeleine Renaud. Das Palais Royal dient in diversen Spielfilmen als Kulisse. Théâtre du Palais-Royal. The awards are given for French productions and performances. S Stück isch am 9.Septämber 1668 im Théâtre du Palais Royal urufgfüert worde. Performers included the actress Mistinguett and the actor Raimu. Ayers 2004, p. 47; Bjurstrom 1961, p. 123. In 1780, desiring to live more privately with his new wife, Madame de Montesson, whom he had secretly married because she was a commoner, he transferred ownership of the palace to his son, Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans (at that time the Duke of Chartres). The present-day Théâtre du Marais operates at 37, rue Volta in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris The name was briefly revived for a revolutionary theatre in 1791, and revived again in 1976. The Théâtre du Palais-Royal (French pronunciation: ​[teɑtʁ dy palɛ ʁwajal]) is a 750-seat Parisian theatre at 38 rue de Montpensier, located at the northwest corner of the Palais-Royal in the Galerie de Montpensier at its intersection with the Galerie de Beaujolais.[2]. Originally known as the Théâtre des Beaujolais, it was a puppet theatre with a capacity of about 750 that was built in 1784 to the designs of the architect Victor Louis. Simeone 2000, p. 181, says it held 2,000. The Théâtre du Palais-Royal (or Salle du Palais-Royal) on the rue Saint-Honoré in Paris was a theatre in the east wing of the Palais-Royal, which opened on 14 January 1641 with a performance of Jean Desmarets' tragicomedy Mirame. More officially it was known as the Théatre des Petits Comédiens de Son Altesse Sérénissime Monseigneur le Comte de Beaujolais, the Count of Beaujolais being the duke's youngest son. 65–73. When her troupe returned to Paris, she was accused of hiding émigrés in a fictitious third basement in the theatre at the Palais-Royal. "Palais-Royal, Théâtre du" in Fauquet 2003, p. 932. [3] The restrictions on genre were lifted in 1864,[4] and the theatre began to present, not only comedies such as the farces of Georges Feydeau, but also more ambitious productions including operettas, the most famous of which was probably Offenbach's La Vie parisienne in 1866. 1673 Heiratete Baron Charlotte Le Noir, die Tochter seines Bühnenkollegen La Thorillière. [10] The new theatre in the Palais-Royal was designed by architect Pierre-Louis Moreau Desproux and was the first purpose-built opera house in Paris. Arrondissement von Paris. [12][16], This article is about the current theatre on the rue de Montpensier. Coeyman, Barbara (1998). 3, pp. Pariser Quartier, liegt in der nördlichen Mitte des ersten Arrondissements.Benannt wurde das Quartier nach dem gleichnamigen Stadtpalast, ca.150 Meter nördlich des Louvre.. Begrenzt wird das Quartier du Palais-Royal im Westen von der Rue Saint-Roch, im Norden von der Rue des Petits-Champs, im Osten von der Rue du Louvre und im Süden von der Rue de … Dr Gizchraage (Originaltitel: L'Avare ou l'École du mensonge, hoochdütsch Der Geizige, früener au Der Geizhals) isch e Komödie vom Molière in fümf Akt und in Prosaform. 3. Im Ehrenhof (Cour d’Honneur) des Palais Royal befindet sich seit 1986 das begehbare Kunstwerk Les Deux Plateaux des französischen Installationskünstlers Daniel Buren. Un superbe endroit dont Paris a le secret : le Palais Royal. Quoted by Hemmings 1994, p. 38, who cites Richard Valpy, "A Short Sketch of a Short Trip to Paris in 1788", Netter 1996, pp. These efforts did not completely satisfy her critics, however. 4. Januar 1622[1] in Paris; 17. The theatre was used by the troupe of Molière from 1660 to 1673 and as an opera house by the Académie Royale de Musique from 1673 to 1763, when it was destroyed by fire. Sehen Sie sich alle 1 Touren für Théâtre du Palais Royal … Community See all. The stage and the seating area were so small, that the Almanach des spectacles thought "the theatre too small, the actors too large". Théâtre du Palais-Royal. Molière nahm für das Stück wesentliche Anleihen bei der Komödie Aulularia des römischen Dichters Plautus. The Théâtre du Palais-Royal (or Salle du Palais-Royal) on the rue Saint-Honoré in Paris was a theatre in the east wing of the Palais-Royal, which opened on 14 January 1641 with a performance of Jean Desmarets' tragicomedy Mirame. The latter, wishing to add to his income, decided to enclose the gardens north of the palace on three sides with 6-storey apartment buildings having colonnades on the interior garden side for shops, restaurants, and places of entertainment. Although Huget 1877, p. 32, states that. Der Geizige ist eine Komödie von Molière in fünf Akten und in Prosaform, die am 9. Les spectacles nominés sont : - "Cats" au Théâtre Mogador - "Irma la Douce" au Théâtre de la Porte Saint Martin - "Kiki le Montparnasse des années folles" au Théâtre de la Huchette - "Les Fiancés de Loches" au Théâtre du Palais Royal. Subsequently the theatre began reviving boulevard comedies, such as those by Marcel Achard, Feydeau, and Sacha Guitry. For the former theatre with this name that was used by Molière and later the Paris Opera, see, For the theatre names and dates, see Lecomte 1905 (. Pitou 1983, vol. In 1790 it was taken over by Mademoiselle Montansier and became known as the Théâtre Montansier. presentation of Molière’s plays In Molière: Early life and beginnings in theatre …had its premiere at the Théâtre du Petit-Bourbon, a great house adjacent to the Louvre. Needing a theatre near the court's new location at the Palais des Tuileries, and learning of Delomel's situation, she swiftly used her royal connections to acquire his lease. It was rebuilt and reopened in 1770, but again was destroyed by fire in 1781 and not rebuilt. Netter, Marie-Laurence (1996). Hotels in der Nähe von Théâtre du Palais Royal, Paris: Auf Tripadvisor finden Sie 20.286 bewertungen von reisenden, 50.020 authentische Reisefotos und Top-Angebote für 30 hotels Hotels in Paris. [7], The director of the theatre was Jean-Nicolas Gardeur, and, as puppet plays were falling out of fashion as adult entertainment, he soon realized he would need to modify the nature of his presentations. Molière nahm für das Stück wesentliche Anleihen bei der Komödie Aulularia des römischen Dichters Plautus. The Petit-Bourbon was demolished (apparently without notice), and the company moved early in 1661 to a hall in the Palais-Royal, built as a theatre by Richelieu. et suivez-nous sur Twitter Erst 1670 konnte Baron zur Troupe de Molière wechseln. Théâtre du Palais-Royal liegt 100 Meter nordöstlich … 856–857. Forgotten account? Harris-Warrick, Rebecca. Arrondissement von Paris. 11,226 people follow this. 1996, pp. 4 out of 5 stars. 1669–1725" in Sadie (1992) vol. or. Under the name Théâtre Montansier, the theatre in the Palais-Royal reopened on 12 April 1790 with the three-act comic opera Les Epoux mécontents (Gli sposi malcontenti) with music by Storace and a new libretto by Dubuisson. Demeure du Cardinal de Mazarin, le Palais est devenu un lieu de fête et de théâtre quand la famille d’Orléans en a pris possession. The Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin, much further to the north on the Boulevard Saint-Martin, was hurriedly built in two months to replace it. The troupe of Molière and the troop of the Italians put on the shows here between 1662 and 1673. Later he was its chief musical conductor for several years. Pitou 1983, p. 26, gives a capacity of 2,500. 1. Théâtre du Palais-Royal, Paris.