Robert Monaco

scenery design

clytemnestra Sculpture  by robert monaco


Robert Monaco hails from Long Island.

He has been designing scenery in the greater metropolitan area for more than ten years, 

Robert was nominated for a 2007 Independent Theater Award for his design for “The Palooka”  and he received an

excellence in design award from the NYC Fringe Festival in 2006 for “Kiss and Cry".

Robert’s undergraduate studies were at Suffolk County Community College

 where he earned an Associates Degree in theater and at

Rutgers University where he received a BFA in Scenic Design.

Robert's Post Graduate Degree terminated in an MFA in Design for Theater and Film from

NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.

 In addition to working as a professional designer

 Robert has taught Scenic Art at Ramapo college of NJ

and held a faculty design position for five years at Suffolk County Community College.  

Currently Robert is an adjunct faculty member at Marymount Manhattan College where he designs scenery and instructs in  scenic carpentry and scenic art techniques.