Emilie Autumn brings Victorian-era insanity to the Granada tonight


Singer-songwriter and violinist Emilie Autumn makes music that’s part Broadway musical and part gothic cabaret. She is, in other words, a pretty niche act.

Her latest release, Fight Like a Girl, is a concept album based on her semi-autobiographical book, The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls. (She has been open about her time in a psychiatric ward.) Her performances suggest a vaudeville show choreographed to showcase “insane” Victorian-styled women and ominous overtures. “Phantom of the Opera goes burlesque” is only the beginning.


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