The Shelter was invaded by Mad Hatters, Cheshire Cats, Catapillers, White Rabbits, and a bevy of blonde beauties who all seemed to be named Alice. It was time for Mon Cherie Presents Va-Va-Voom with a special Alice in Wonderland edition titled "We're All Mad Here!"
MCing both sets was the Mouth of the South, Miss Mason. With an adorable tiny top hat and an assortment of tea cups in different sizes all holding her precious Southern Comfort, she made the audience laugh, get rowdy and beg for the performers as she instructed! Opening the show was the ever mysterious Chameleon Queen in a full furry regulation bunny suit making sure everyone was on time for their very important date with the hotness that was her. Following the Chameleon Queen was Torchy Taboo as Alice who took everyone on a tour of her rhinestone rabbit hole! She was a sassy blonde bombshell and showed everyone why she's the Godfather of Atlanta Burlesque. New Orleans Jon came out as Mr. Three and sang "Roses are Red my love" with his normal smarmy twist. Jacqueline Trade did a very acrobatic routine as the Cheshire Cat which included many of the amazing props she built for the show including a swing suspended from the ceiling. Closing out the first act was Talloolah Love performing her "Too Darn Hot" routine before she took it to Viva Las Vegas Easter Weekend to represent the South.
The second act opened with Catatonic Raucous as the Caterpillar. She was body painted blue from head to toe and looked amazingly ethereal with her strip tease and blue Isis wings. New Orleans Jon had another song to sing as Mr. Three. Then came Katherine Lashe (me) as the Mad Hatter with a break away straight jacket. Next was Scarlett with her burlesque debut to Ace of Spades, a brilliant music choice and a great first time out. Closing out the second act was Stormy Knight as The Queen of Hearts with an amazing costume, a regal stage presence and a sword for anyone that didn't agree.
It was an amazing night with DJ Jennocide spinning and keeping everyone out on the dance floor. It was a spinning room of fluffy tails, top hats, cat ears and blonde hair dancing the night away. Mon Cherie sure does know how to put on a hell of a party and her vision had a repeat performance the next night for a private event which also went over smashingly.