Macha Monkey Productions

fearless, funny, female theatre


by award-winning Austin and Seattle playwright Allison Gregory
directed by Meghan Arnette

March 8 - March 30, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm
Playing at the Richard Hugo House
Tickets available NOW at Brown Paper Tickets.

The Cliffhouse is an ideal place to shed the stress and strain of daily living—until three strangers discover they are the unwilling guests. Under the watchful eye of their odd host, Cliff, it’s clear that The Cliffhouse is more than a mere resort, and they won’t leave until they uncover the real reason why they are there.

Cliffhouse features Vincent Delaney as Cliff, Meaghan Halverson as Glorie, Troy Lund as West, and Macha Monkey's Artistic Director Kristina Sutherland as Lana.

Macha Monkey Productions is proud to present our second Allison Gregory play after our critically acclaimed production of Fall Off Night in 2006. Allison Gregory’s plays have been produced and developed all over the country, and include Forcing Hyacinths (Julie Harris Playwriting Award; South Coast Repertory Theatre’s California Playwrights Award); Fall Off Night (Garland Award, L.A); Burning Bridget Cleary (Seattle Times Award, Best New Play, Seattle), among others. She has received grants, commissions, and development from Seattle’s Arts and Cultural Affairs Office, Seattle Dramatists, South Coast Repertory, ACT Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Skirball-Kenis Foundation, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Childsplay, The Empty Space, Northwest Playwright’s Alliance, and Hedgebrook Playwright’s Foundation. Ms. Gregory has also written for young audiences, including Go Dog. Go!, adapted from the P.D. Eastman book and co-written with Steven Dietz; Even Steven Goes to War (“Zoni” Best New Script Award; AATE and UPRP awards; Kennedy Center New Visions/New Voices selection); Peter and the Wolf (Seattle Times Award, Best New Play; Natl. tour), and Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!, based on the book series by Barbara Park, for which her children think she’s a rock star. "