March, 2020

Danse Macabre: The Testament of Francois Villon

Created by Stepan Simek, Jean Luc Boucherot

Photo by sarah Marguier

In light of current events, it is with our sincere regret that we inform you that we will be postponing our production of Danse Macabre to June. We are tentatively moving all performances to the last three weeks of June and will shift your tickets accordingly. If further changes are made, we will notify you immediately.

Photo by Sarah Marguier

Danse Macabre: The Testament of François Villon is a one-person show with music and puppetry based on the surprisingly modern and relevant autobiographical poem, The Testament by the 15th century French poet, revolutionary rabble-rouser, balladeer, thief, a prototypical “protest singer,” and a something of a medieval “rock star,” François Villon. Villon’s poetry and his wild lifestyle became an inspiration for several generations of poets, and he’s become something of a patron saint for countless counter-cultural young artists and singers all over the world, most notably Bob Dylan and the underground dissident artists and singers in the former Eastern Europe.


The last three weekends in June. Please check with the Hand 2 Mouth website for updates on performances.

VENUE: Antiques Warehouse, 3442 SE 29th Ave Portland, OR 97202

TICKETS: $25; $20 students/seniors

For information and tickets: Click here