Darling Misfits

The Lovers, the Dreamers, and me

 
 

The Producers:

Kat Robichaud and Jordan Nathan created Misfit Cabaret for a tiny speakeasy in the SOMA district of San Francisco where it quickly became a cult favorite. They grew Misfit Cabaret into the dilapidated 100 year old Great Star Theater in China Town that hosted Chinese Opera and Bruce Lee movies during the Sixties. When the venue owner decided not to renew the lease on the theater, Kat and Jordan moved Misfit Cabaret to Z Space for a year-long residency. Z Space was a lovely host and the show developed in its new professional atmosphere. Now, 4 years later Misfit Cabaret begins a new season at the Alcazar Theater in the Theater District Of San Francisco.

With Shows running in San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles, is there anything these Darling Misfits can’t do?

Current Theaters —
The Alcazar Theater
860 Geary St, SF CA
(415) 304-7486

Hales Ales Palladium
1401 Leary Way NW, SEA, WA
(415) 304-7486

Dynasty Typewriter At The Hayworth
2511 Wilshire Blvd, LA, CA
(415) 304-7486

 
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The Darling Misfits:

What cabaret would be complete without the perfect band? Performing alongside Kat (from left to right): RJ Pal on drums, Tim Baker on bass, Adam Dragland on guitar, and Brendan Getzell on keys. Each Misfit Cabaret requires The Darling Misfits to learn an upwards of 30-40 songs, not to mention the two originals that Kat writes for each show. Not an easy feat, but this darling band rocks it every time, and they’re hella fun to watch, too!