Robert Morgan has designed costumes for the Huntington since 1986. His credits include Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull and The Cherry Orchard, Emlyn Williams’ The Corn is Green, Wendy Wasserstein’s Third and The Sisters Rosensweig, Joe Masteroff’s She Loves Me, George Bernard Shaw’s Heartbreak House and Saint Joan, and Molèire’s Don Juan. His Broadway credits include The Full Monty, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, 101 Dalmatians, Imaginary Friends, and Sherlock’s Last Case. His Off Broadway credits include Pride’s Crossing and The Loves of Anatol. From 1987 until 1993 he was the director of the theatre arts division of Boston University’s School for the Arts. For over forty years he has worked primarily in regional theatres across the country and has been an associate artist at San Diego’s The Old Globe since 1978. Mr. Morgan has devoted a good part of the last 15 years to work at Wisconsin’s American Players Theatre where he is currently at work on The Game of Love and Chance.
(As of July 2015)