Morose & Macabre are at it again, toiling away over their annual monstrosity that has quickly become a yearly tradition for Pittsburgh and the East Coast, The Atrocity Exhibition, a 360 degree living art installation and Bizarre Bazaar. The event show cases an array of performances from some of the leading fetish, sideshow, and cabaret artists in the country, and features 13 artisans showing and vending a variety of wares that appeal to the slightly off and those of a darker sensibility. The evening is centered on a story that unfolds as the night progresses. In 2009 we wondered what would have happened if the bomb had dropped in the 1930’s, in 2011 we wandered the dark and decrepit halls of the Vaude-Vile Asylum, and in 2012 we summoned the long forgotten spirits of the Phantasmagoria Theater. In proper Atrocity fashion, and in celebration of the 5 year anniversary of Morose & Macabre’s House of Oddities and their counterpart, Kabarett Vulgare, we invite you to Commedia Dell’Muerte: Carnivale, a monstrous cavalcade of the beautiful and grotesque.
May 4, 2013 this bizarre circus comes to town at the historic Rex Theater in the southside of Pittsburgh. Doors open at 9pm, $10 advance ticket sales available at www.moroseandmacabre.com/atrocity2013.html starting April 1, 2013.
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