Robert Morgan’s previous work for the Huntington includes designing scenery for The Importance of Being Earnest (1993); costumes for She Loves Me, The Cherry Orchard, and The Sisters Rosensweig, all for director Nicholas Martin; Third; and Don Juan, Heartbreak House, and Saint Joan for director Jacques Cartier. Mr. Morgan’s work on Broadway includes How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Full Monty, Imaginary Friends, I’m Not Rappaport, and Sherlock’s Last Case. Off Broadway he has designed costumes for Saturn Returns and Pride’s Crossing (both for Lincoln Center Theater) and The Loves of Anatol (Circle in the Square). His television credits include “The Skin of Our Teeth” and “A Christmas Carol” for PBS’s “American Playhouse.” For thirty-five years, he has designed for theatres throughout the country including The Old Globe in San Diego, where he is a founding associate artist. He served as director of the Theatre Division at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts from 1987 to 1992.