In what is becoming a bit of a Nashville tradition, Street Theatre Company again celebrates Halloween by mounting this musical revue that exploits everything wacky about the wicked, the morbid and the macabre. Hosted by one “Phil Graves” (rimshot!), the show features a cadaverous cast performing songs such as “Marriage Is Murder,” “Grave Mistake” and “Dead End Job,” all dealing with strange and/or ghoulish things that go bump in the night. The ensemble is eerily reminiscent of last year’s production — Erica Cantrell, Janna Landry, Tyson Laemmel, Megan Murphy Chambers and Scott Rice — but that’s OK because they brought the show’s spirit of dark irony home very successfully. Pam Atha returns as director/choreographer, and music man Rollie Mains handles the eclectic score, which rambles across a range of styles, including calypso, tango, country, Andrews Sisters and more. Macabaret is the outre way to celebrate everyone’s favorite pagan holiday, and the final Friday and Saturday evenings are special Halloween shows, with prizes for audience members wearing the best and/or most original costumes.