“What care I for human hearts? Soft and spiritless as porridge! A faerie’s heart beats fierce and free!”
Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret presents GRIMM – 2/24 & 2/25 and 3/3 & 3/4
Lyriquediscorde favorite, Kat Robichaud, is throwing a fantastically twisted fairy tale cabaret experience called GRIMM that is a definite DO NOT MISS. It is being held in San Francisco – this weekend and next weekend – and you should do whatever you can to BE THERE.
What is GRIMM all about?
Tiptoe with us to the secret corners of the forest where hidden creatures play- where sprites and demons plot deception around a devilish fire and shimmering nymphs lithely dance under an iridescent moon. Mere mortals are seduced by goblin kings and the purest hearts are bewitched by glittering midnight. Journey – if you dare!- to Misfit Cabaret’s GRIMM– a dark fairytale variety show that will send chills down your spine!
Kat Robichaud proudly presents GRIMM – a night of decadence, bawdiness, and damsels (not) in distress. Come experience the fantastical variety show everyone is talking about!
Featuring Kat Robichaud and The Darling Misfits as your hosts!
We’ve featured Kat Robichaud’s music here at lyriquediscorde quite a few times (read Kat’s 10 Question Interview here, as well as a piece on the Misfit Cabaret (and a tribute to Bowie) here). Kat is part Glam Rock, part Goth, part tear the house down Rock-and-Roll, and part pure meant for the stage theatrics. She’s a whole lot of creative magic and this new cabaret adventure is bound to be unforgettable.
Here’s one of my favorite Kat songs:
“The Apple Pie & The Knife” :: Kat Robichaud & The Darling Misfits
The show will also feature Eliza Rickman as the woodland creature, Johnny Rockitt as The Darkness in an homage to Tim Curry, Shadow Circus Creature Theater’s wild goblins and ghouls, Eka Leigh Malboeuf as our Luck Dragon rope aerialist, Hollow Eve as the darkest Snow White rendition, and Bo Vixxen as our burlesque blackbird!
And as always, your Darling Misfits drive the evening with their enchanted instruments of rock and roll.
All photographs by Mike Lloyd Photography