Feat: Hand2Mouth Theatre

Thursday February 27th, 2020

You’ve been invited to attend a slumber party to dismantle the patriarchy. Drop by during the installation and join Hand2Mouth Theatre for the following activities: nostalgic snacks, guest interviews, music, face masks, prank calls, and a short work-in-progress performance. Bring a sleeping bag and your best patriarchy scary story to share. Help build a broader perspective to understand how the patriarchy shows up in our lives and how we can respond. All are welcome.


Hand2Mouth is creating a new performance titled Slumber Party To Dismantle The Patriarchy. This performance uses the format of the slumber party to uplift sisterhood and to marshal the collective strength and wisdom of the audience in order to build a practical collection of ways and means to fight individual misogyny and structural patriarchy. Ultimately, Slumber Party as both an aesthetic/performed response to the persistence of white supremacy and patriarchy AND a critical reflection and revision of the company’s habitual ways of working together. The ensemble will be made entirely of women including designers and outside collaborators. This event will be interactive and performative and will give us experience starting the conversation and sourcing material from the community for us in the full production in May, 2020.

Created by Liz Hayden, Erin Leddy, Maesie Speer, Jen Mitas, Lucille Dawson, & Faith Helma


The Suttle Lodge's "Cabin 8" Artist-in-Residence program is a scrappy, warm-hearted offering to artists of all disciplines to spend 2 weeks on a lake in the woods so they may practice and produce the art of their choice. The artists' stay culinates with our Sunday Show- a presentation of work (past, present, or future) and an opportunity to share and connect with our Central Oregon community. These casual events mostly occur bi-weekly, and are free and open to the all-ages public. The Skip bar is open for all your food and beverage needs.

Free to all guests