H2M invites you to join us in celebrating our 15th anniversary!

Let's turn the lights down low, dig out our reddest lipstick, and get ready to sparkle, because it's our crystal anniversary, baby. 

WHEN: Saturday, June 27, 8 pm to late

WHERE: Shaking the Tree (823 SE Grant)

Hosted by Jason Rouse (Live Wire)

Featuring performances by local heros:
Action/Adventure Theatre
Holcombe Waller
Joaquin Lopez 
Liminal Performance Group
Linda Austin 
Pepper Pepper
Push Leg
Seth Nehil

Music and late night karaoke by DJ Brokenwindow and DJ Dan Hill.

Sponsored by Ninkasi Brewing, Widmer Brothers Brewing, and New Deal Distillery.

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Join us May 31 @ 3 pm for a peek at Time, A Fair Hustler!

WHEN:  Sunday, May 31 at 3 pm
WHERE:  Artists Repertory Theatre (Laswell Studio)
1515 SW Morrison St.
FREE. RSVP via email to jen@hand2mouththeatre.org

Join us for a peek into Time, A Fair Hustler before the show's premiere at Artists Repertory Theatre, July 31. 

Twenty-five years ago, Gus Van Sant's film "My Own Private Idaho" showed the world a decomposing Portland of wanderers, hustlers and thieves. Its characters were restless and free, but bound together by the perils and pleasures of a seedy city. Hand2Mouth’s new play asks where they are now. Have they been destroyed or absorbed by a changing Portland? In Time, A Fair Hustler, six characters witness, remember, and recover their past to reveal where we have come from and what we have become.

Please note: space is limited so RSVP soon.

Join us for DRAMATURGY in process 5/11 @ 7:00 pm

in process is a series of conversations with artists and other extraordinary experts, curated by Hand2Mouth. Presented quarterly-ish, the series addresses frequently and infrequently asked questions in the field of performance. 

DRAMATURGY in process invites three of Portland's most exciting dramaturgs to reflect on the role they play in the development of new work in theatre, dance, and devised performance. 

Featuring:
Jess Drake, Resident Dramaturg and Company Member, Hand2Mouth
Luan Schooler, Director of New Play Development & Dramaturgy, Artists Repertory Theatre
Robert Tyree, Choreographer, Writer, and Researcher/ Dramaturg for Tahni Holt's 'Duet Love'
The evening will be moderated by Robert Quillen Camp, playwright, theater artist, and visiting professor of theatre at Lewis & Clark College.

DATE: Monday, May 11, 7-9 pm

VENUE: Shout House, 210 SE Madison, Ste. 11

Admission is free.