Founded in 1999, the Red Monkey Theater Group (RMTG) is a non-profit performing arts company dedicated to enriching local communities through the cultivation, creation, and presentation of live classical and contemporary theater.

In Fall 2012, Red Monkey Theater Group began a residency on the beautiful campus of the College of Mount Saint Vincent, in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx. This playing space is ideally suited to the personal, thoughtful performance style and intimate staging that have long been RMTG hallmarks.

Our home theater at the College of Mount Saint Vincent serves as a developing cultural destination and venue for theatrical education and exploration. Through apprenticeship and internship programs, workshops, master classes, and performances offered at very affordable prices (and occasionally for free), we ensure that audiences and developing artists have enriching and inspiring theatrical experiences.

In partnership with M&M Performing Arts Company, Red Monkey also regularly tours the NYC metro area and performs at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, NY, where our original stage adaptations of Sherlock Holmes mysteries lead audiences room-by-room through a historic Gothic revival mansion.

Environmental Responsibility Statement
Wherever possible, Red Monkey is dedicated to using sustainable resources in our productions. This includes recycling set pieces and using FSC certified lumber and non-toxic materials.

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Directions to Cahill Theater, in Founder’s Hall at the College of Mount Saint Vincent

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