Be An American in Paris – in Lansing

By Kendall Buzzelli

As the days get shorter and winter rolls in, many of us are probably longing for a vacation. Fall is a busy time of the year, but what could be better than taking a European vacation in November? But then you look at your vacation budget, your schedule, and all your other responsibilities and begin to realize that a vacation in November is a bit farfetched. Although it may not be Paris, we’ve got all the components for you to have a fantastic French night out to satisfy your wanderlust for a bit longer.

Get the Look

 

If you want to have a true French staycation, you’ve got to look the part. Having a French night out involves long coats, sunglasses, stripes, and of course – a beret.

Dine Divinely

 

We’re fortunate to have so many great restaurants in the Lansing area! To stay on theme, check out restaurants that specialize in French or French-influenced cuisine like En Vie, For Crepe Sake, or even Chapelure bakery for some after-dinner treats.

Bring the Magic of Paris to Life

Round out the evening by strolling over to Wharton Center for An American in Paris, running November 14-19. The Tony-winning Broadway show’s Gershwin soundtrack, incredible dancing and classic love story is the perfect way to top off a Parisian night in the Lansing area.


Tickets are available for An American Paris by clicking here or by calling 1-800-WHARTON. Specially-priced student and youth tickets are available for $29. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram and Twitter for more updates about upcoming shows and what’s on at Wharton.

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