Design & Fabrication

Sustainable Design and Green Fabrication

"Seahorse" (in Progress), Scenic Element for Peter and the Star Catcher, National Tour, 2013.

"Seahorse" (in Progress), Scenic Element for Peter and the Star Catcher, National Tour, 2013.

Sustainable Design Movement, NYC.

Paper Mache Monkey prides itself on being an integral part of the green movement in NYC art-making.  Our company has partnered on many newsworthy projects with NYC's top sustainable design advocates, including Tony Award Scenic Designer Donyale Werle, the Broadway Green Alliance, Disney Theatrical, the ArtCube Community. 

OUR MISSION is to strive to promote Green Fabrication in everyday studio practices and art objects, as well as to support & encourage clients in their efforts to work more eco-friendly.

Check out PMM's involvement on the Green Front!

2/23/15: Owner of PMM Grady Barker speaks on a "Greening Sets for Theater and Film" panel, hosted by NYU and the Broadway Green Alliance. Hope to see you there!

5/14/14: PMM is hiring for ongoing Sustainable Design Internships!  See description or to apply, see Playbill.com.

8/15/12: PMM Founder Meghan Buchanan talks to Stage Directions Magazine about what makes a prop POP.

4/27/12:  Theater for a New Audience talks to PMM about their recycled scenic production of Taming of the Shrew.

8/11/11:  Scott Ballum of Sheepless.com sits down with Paper Mache Monkey about their Green Efforts in Theater.

10/6/10:  NYTimes interview Scenic Designer Donyale Werle and PMM owner Grady Barker about the Tony Nominated Set for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson on Broadway.

"Tree of Life" (in Progress), Scenic Element for Once on This Island at Paper Mill Playhouse, 2012

"Tree of Life" (in Progress), Scenic Element for Once on This Island at Paper Mill Playhouse, 2012

For more information on Sustainable Design, contact us at papermachemonkey@gmail.com