“The 13th of Paris” at Chamberlayne Actors Theatre 

Jan. 18 through Feb. 3. $23.

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Paris is known as the city of love. But what’s the true meaning of love to a Parisian? The Chamberlayne Actors Theatre presents a humorous tale of love with “The 13th of Paris,” in which a young man named Vincent travels to the 13th Arrondissement of Paris with the love letters of his late grandparents. Worrying that the love between him and his girlfriend won’t live up to his grandparents’, Vincent seeks romantic advice from the ghost of his grandfather, Jacques, who’s appalled to learn the manners of 21st-century dating and gives his grandson a crash course in finding true romance. “The 13th of Paris” opens Jan. 18 and runs through Feb. 3 at Chamberlayne Actors Theatre. $23. cattheatre.com.

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