Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret Presents “BITE,” A Halloween Special

A Dark Pop Culture Vampire Medley with burlesque, drag, rock and roll and more! Get spooky at Misfit Cabaret!

Though the Halloween season is over, there’s still time to enjoy in all the spooky glory with Misfit Cabaret‘s special performance, “BITE.” Fresh off of four live dates taking place at Alcazar Theater in San Francisco, Kat Robichaud and her Darling Misfits immersed their fans into a world of vampires and things that “go bump in the night.”

A Musical Cabaret that will delight and terrify. Perfect for those that are spookily inclined, Misfit Cabaret will show you the best and worst of what the undead has to offer. Meet a stunning cast of your favorite vampires like Nosferatu, Dracula, and more. Slayer or Vamp, all will want to take a bite out of these Darling Misfits. As always the Darling Misfits take inspiration from pop culture and musical themes. Whether your running up that hill or running in the night, you will get your Halloween fix at Misfit Cabaret. With powerhouse vocalist Kat Robichaud leading the way, you never know what you will experience at Misfit Cabaret.

Starring the lovely Kat Robichaud, Johnny Rockitt, Edie Eve, The Infamous Luma Jaguar, and more… the night is full and ripe with the darkness that beholds in the shadows. Filled with epically performed covers and two freshly written originals, performed by Kat herself, as well as a view of some familiar vampire faces, you’re surely in for a night to remember!

As fans of the Misfit Cabaret, we are ecstatic to return each year to see just what Kat and her Misfits are up to next! In an array of fantastical events of burlesque, comedy, and equally as chilling dramaticism and flair, you surely can’t miss what they have in store for the future.

The performance began with Kat walking onstage only to become subject to a vampire bite. When she is offered blood from the vampire who took her, she takes it, oh so willingly. She sings an impressive display of songs along with her partner, Brendan Getzell. A burlesque number then ensued by the Mistress of the Night- Santanico Pandemonium (played by Edie Eve), who danced effortlessly on the stage before we see the appearance of Dracula (as depicted by the 1992 film with Gary Oldman). We see our dear Dracula sing along to Lana Del Rey’s “Dark Paradise” and dance solemnly onstage, played by Redd FaFilth. The show takes a turn as the introduction to Buffy the Vampire Slayer plays onstage, and we see Buffy herself (played by Luma Jaguar), and she fights with Kat off stage as the intermission commences.

After the intermission, Kat reappears dressed as Spike, as Buffy arrives back onstage and they fight to “Kiss with a Fist” by Florence + The Machine. Buffy performs a burlesque number of her own before the pair wanders off stage. Nandor, the Relentless, played by Dragonesa, then parades themselves to center stage, where they perform silk techniques on chains hanging from the ceiling, met with a wild applause from the audience. The curtains are drawn.

Kat, still dressed as our dear Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, comes from the crowd, gripping onto a bottle of half empty whiskey and a cigarette before they moan out a song of remorse regarding a love that they fear will never work. The track itself is short, bittersweet, and gripping. Another vampire crawls from a hole in the wall with only a pale light from a bulb hanging from the ceiling lighting the way. Seeing it, the vampire shrieks, then is pulled toward it like a moth to flame. The next few minutes, the vampire commences with a series of internal battles we witness and feel with them onstage as they struggle over their own identity before taking flight.

Concluding the evening, Spike and Buffy share a kiss, then Spike says, “F*** you Angel, I WIN!”

Stay tuned for more updates on Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret!

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