Worked as a designer at Peter Haddon's Company in Wimbledon, England
First Broadway production as designer, Noel Coward's "Conversation Piece"
London stage debut as designer "Valmouth"
TV debut as designer, "The Julie Andrews Show" (BBC)
Debut as stage producer, the British production of "The Ginger Man"; also designed sets and costumes
Designed the sets and costumes for the original stage production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
Debut as opera designer, the Sadler's Wells Opera Company production of "The Love of Three Oranges"
First film as costume designer and consultant "Mary Poppins"; earned first Oscar nomination
First feature credit as production designer "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
Received first Tony Award nomination for designs for the musical "The Apple Tree"; first stage collaboration with Mike Nichols
First screen collaboration with Sidney Lumet, "The Seagull"
Won first Tony for scenic design for the Bob Fosse-directed musical "Pippin"
Won Oscar nomination for his costumes for Lumet's "Murder on the Orient Express"
US TV debut as designer, "Free to Be . . . You and Me" (NBC)
Received two Oscar nominations for his costumes and sets for Lumet's "The Wiz"
Won Oscar for his production design for Fosse's "All That Jazz"
Last screen collaboration with Lumet, "Deathtrap"
Created the designs for Fosse's last film "Star 80"
Won second Tony Award for his scenic design for the revival of John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves"
First screen collaboration with Mike Nichols, "Heartburn"
Served as production designer on Nichols' "Regarding Henry"; last screen credit as of 1997
Earned third Tony for designing the acclaimed revival of "Guys and Dolls"
Stage directing debut, "Song at Twilight" at Bay Street Theater
Directed the Off-Broadway production of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" co-starring Eric Stoltz and Nancy Marchand; also designed the sets and costumes