For the Irish Repertory Theatre he has directed and designed The Importance of Being Earnest, Major Barbara and the U.S. premiere of Noël Coward’s After The Ball. His Broadway productions include the recent Well and revivals of Our Town, I’m Not Rappaport, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Uncle Vanya, Annie Get Your Gun, 1776, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, She Loves Me, Guys and Dolls and Anything Goes, Bob Fosse’s original productions of Chicago and Pippin; Pinter’s Moonlight and Ashes to Ashes; Grand Hotel, The Real Thing, The Will Rogers Follies, and The House of Blue Leaves, Madison Square Garden’s A Christmas Carol and Julie Andrews’ triumphant revival of The Boy Friend. He also directed and designed the smash hit revival of Where’s Charlie? for the Goodspeed Opera House, and other distinguished regional theatres. For the past 50 years he has been designing settings and costumes for film as well. He has designed for films such as Mary Poppins, Murder on the Orient Express, Fahrenheit 451, The Wiz, The Boy Friend, All That Jazz, Death of a Salesman, The Glass Menagerie, Regarding Henry, and Deathtrap. His many awards include the Oscar, the Emmy and 3 Tonys (16 nominations). He was elected to the Theatre Hall of Fame in 1991.