based in San Francisco Bay Area & LA
Maggie Morgan is an award-winning, professional costume designer for theatre, film and digital media. Her recent credits include Office Hour at Berkeley Rep and Long Wharf Theatre, Sense and Sensibility at South Coast Rep, SEND ME, an original web series, Soul Doctor on Broadway and the feature film Car Dogs starring Patrick J. Adams, Nia Vardalos, George Lopez and Octavia Spencer. She received an Ovation Awards Nomination for Endgame at the Kirk Douglas Theatre and Los Angeles Critics Circle nominations for Bach at Leipzig (South Coast Rep) and Sleeping Beauty Wakes! (The Kirk Douglas Theatre). Other shows include The Real Thing at the Aurora Theatre, The Night is a Child, and Mask: a New Musical for Pasadena Playhouse, and Sunset Boulevard at the Hollywood Bowl. She has designed costumes in New York for Soho Repertory Theatre, HB Playwrights and NADA, as well as A Little Traveling Music at The Hideaway Room @ Helen’s winning a Nightlife Award. Regional credits include Enchanted April for Arizona Theater Company, The Haunting of Winchester for San Jose Repertory Theatre, as well as designs for the Magic Theatre, TheatreWorks, Center Rep, California Musical Theater, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival and Yale Repertory Theatre. Ms. Morgan designed the costumes for the films Sex and a Girl and Breathing Hard and has worked as an Assistant Costume Designer on many feature films including Mona Lisa Smile, Murder by Numbers, Wag The Dog, The Grinch, Casino, Men In Black, and A Bronx Tale. Her design work was featured in CURTAIN CALL: Celebrating a Century of Women Designing for Live Performance, an exhibition at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center in 2008. She is on the faculty at University of California, Davis where she teaches costume design.
United Scenic Artists Local 829, Costume Designers Guild Local 892, USITT, Theater Bay Area, Costume Society of America