"Intrinsic to the production’s success is Peterson’s superb casting and Maggie Morgan’s evocative costumes... Arrogant and self-righteous, Kahn’s ...costume — a plaid jacket layered over a hoodie and a T-shirt, with a beanie on his head and a bag slung over his shoulder — suggests an aggrieved youth, as opposed to a concerned educator...And Warren’s costume, too, defines Genevieve’s hypocrisy: perfectly made up, and dressed in fashionable, opulent layers with large, eye-catching jewelry, she looks and seems more like an imperious, wealthy student than like the worried adjunct she claims to be. Jackie Chung’s Gina stands as a stark contrast to her colleagues. Slim, delicate, and dressed in the minimalist outfit one would expect from a penurious but professional adjunct — a purple tunic over cream trousers, with slip-on Vans and little make-up or jewelry — Chung conveys a woman who can be gentle and kind, and yet unexpectedly forceful." 
OFFICE HOUR, Long Wharf Theatre, Brooks Applebaum ShoreLine Times 1/30/18

"All of the figures are endowed by costume designer Maggie Morgan with a painterly grandeur."
ENDGAME, Kirk Douglas Theater, Charles McNulty  Los Angeles Times 5/3/16

"As with most Center Rep productions, the show is well done with Butler's excellent direction, Maggie Morgan's costumes, Eric Flatmo's sets and understated sound and lights..."
DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER, Pat Craig San Jose Mercury News 10/30/13

“Both the variety and the quality of Maggie Morgan's costume designs are especially impressive…”  SOUL DOCTOR, Off Broadway- NYTWBarbara & Scott Segal THEATERMANIA    Aug 13, 2012

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photos by Cindy Yamanaka in the costume shop at South Coast Rep

“Maggie Morgan's costumes communicate many nuances of character. Catherine's garishly red ball gown is perfectly not-quite-right – the choice of a socially insecure young woman uncomfortable with New York's high-society rules and manners. The work of Buderwitz and Morgan are part of an impressive synergy in Benson's elegant staging.” 
THE HEIRESS  South Coast Rep, Paul Hodgins, Orange County Register, Oct 26, 2008 


“...Maggie Morgan’s costumes subtly communicate important changes in the story.” VISITING MR. GREENE, Pasadena Playhouse  Steven Oxman, VARIETY, September 21, 1999

“I especially want to praise...the handsome uniforms and brocade and lace gowns created by costumer Maggie Morgan...”  ARMS AND THE MAN, NJSF     Simon Saltzman, Daily Record, July, 1993

“...lush and lavish attention to detail....Costume designer Maggie Morgan...has come up with a brilliant array.  The costumes suit the actors, telling us something of their characters without overshadowing them”  ARMS AND THE MAN, NJSF      Liz Keill, Independent Press, July 14, 1993


“To start with the positives... the best things about this production are the sets and costumes.  ...if Maggie Morgan’s costumes are any indication,... it was a fine time to be a member of the privileged class.  The women’s costumes are stunning with their layers of lace and ruffles and vaguely oriental arabesques and touches of shine.”  ARMS AND THE MAN, NJSF     Suzanne Sampson, The Citizen, July 14, 1993






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"...elegant revue..."
A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING  Marcus Crowder Sacramento Bee 1/31/11

“Misalliance,” which is receiving a most attractive mounting at South Coast Repertory under the direction of Martin Benson, is like a river overflowing its banks….Maggie Morgan’s costumes add color to scenery that, like Shaw’s writing, imaginatively blends the natural with the artificial.” MISALLIANCE, South Coast Rep  Charles McNulty  Los Angeles Times,  9/19/10

“Maggie Morgan's attractive mix of jeans, boots and blouses in period silhouette evokes the kind of attire thesps don to keep themselves in the appropriate mood”  CAMELOT, Pasadena Playhouse   Bob Verini  - Variety,   1/17/10

“Walker (is) resplendent in costume designer Maggie Morgan’s tie-dye maxi dresses…”
THE NIGHT IS A CHILD,  Pasadena Playhouse          Charlotte Stoudt   Los Angeles Times, 9/6/09

"from gloomy to bright...expertly defined...Designer Maggie Morgan accomplishes...transition with costume. In London, the women (excluding Lady Caroline, who is consistently glamourous), trudge in restricting gray-as-a-winter-sky suits. In Italy, the glide on and offstage in lightweight spring-colored dresses..."  ENCHANTED APRIL  Arizona Theatre company,  K.M. Sarver, Midtown Messenger 10/20/08

“…the Playhouse has… its as usual excellent production values… complemented by…Maggie Morgan's costumes, mostly 1970's biker clothes, jeans, leathers and vests, reminiscent of Hair…[with] one mid-show burst of applause for Rusty's pirate costume which sports a parrot on the shoulder.”  MASK: A NEW MUSICAL Laura Hitchcock, CURTAIN UP, March 21, 2007

“…just the right costumes by Maggie Morgan, this is a show to be savored.”  A LITTLE TRAVELING MUSIC, Helen’s, NYC Richmond Shepard, Performing Arts Insider 12-05

“…great period costumes by Maggie Morgan…”

 “Maggie Morgan’s period costumes are suited to the ghostly characters, but the dresses she has created for Sarah and her niece Minnie…, are lovely.  Some of Sarah’s outfits are stunning.”

“Maggie Morgan has designed a triumphant velvet and feathers cape for the Bad Fairy, and Wailes is stunning in a series of white Frocks…”
SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES  Kirk Douglas Theatre/Deaf West,  Bob Verini, VARIETY  4/9/07

Maggie Morgan's costumes set an authentic period tone..." DEFIANCE Pasadena Playhouse Steven Mikulan LA WEEKLY 2/1/07

“ …Maggie Morgan’s costumes are perfectly opulent.”  BACH AT LEIPZIG  South Coast Rep,  F. Kathleen Foley,  Los Angeles Times  October 3, 2006

“And Maggie Morgan’s giddy, colorful costumes make sense when these men start behaving like peacocks.” BACH AT LEIPZIG  South Coast Rep, Paul Hodgins, Orange County Register, October 2, 2006

“ Maggie Morgan’s costumes, dreary dresses changing to outfits that emphasize Zimbalist’s revitalized beauty, make the metamorphosis convincing.”  VINCENT IN BRIXTON, Pasadena Playhouse     Joel Hirschhorn, VARIETY, August 24, 2004

“...Maggie Morgan’s costume plot uses bright color...with unerring selectivity.”  THE HOMECOMING, South Coast Repertory Michael Phillips, Los Angeles Times, October 22, 2001

“ impeccable production,...Maggie Morgan’s 1850’s costumes are lavish and gorgeous...”THE COUNTESS, South Coast Repertory      Neal Weaver, LA WEEKLY, November 10, 2000

 “...kudos here to Maggie Morgan’s all-around flawless costumes...”  WAITING FOR GODOT, Matrix Theatre       Rob Kendt, BACKSTAGE WEST, February 24, 2000

“Production elements are all first-rate -- Maggie Morgan’s costumes are nicely suited to the individual actors and the stage tableaux at the end of the acts are beautiful and moving.” WAITING FOR GODOT, Matrix Theatre  Steven Oxman, VARIETY, March 8, 2000