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Ah, to be in Paris right now. Maybe with a Candian flag on our backpack, but still.

If you’re looking for an escape from all the negativity and chaos encircling us these past few days, nothing is better than a good old-fashioned Broadway musical. And a spectacular dinner to precede it.

From now until February 12, the Broadway touring production of An American in Paris brings down the house at Music Hall at Fair Park.

Before being transported to France with your eyes and ears, head to Parigi on Oak Lawn Avenue where you’ll be whisked away via your mouth. That’s because the incredible chef Janice Provost will be whipping up a special pre-theater meal featuring a variety of culinary delights for entrées and dessert. Plus, if you show your ticket to An American in Paris you’ll receive a free appetizer.

You’ll be in and out with plenty of time to get to Fair Park for the show. Your belly will be nice and full, so you can focus on wine and champagne from the bar instead of snacks.

Because nobody likes that annoying guy unwrapping M&Ms during the overture.

An American in Paris
Tonight through February 12

Tickets: $25-$105

Music Hall at Fair Park
909 1st Avenue, Dallas

Parigi American in Paris Dinner
Reservations beginning at 5:30 p.m. nightly

3311 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas

Photo: Matthew Murphy