Set designer Robert Brill designed the world premiere of Moby-Dick for Dallas Opera, as well as its productions in Australia, Canada, San Diego, and San Francisco. His other designs for opera include Faust for the Metropolitan Opera and English National Opera, Doubt for Minnesota Opera, and two other upcoming world premiere productions, Cold Mountain and The Manchurian Candidate. His designs for Broadway include Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar, Assassins (Tony nomination), Guys and Dolls (Tony nomination), A Streetcar Named Desire, Design for Living, Buried Child, and many others. Other recent projects include Christopher Plummer's A Word or Two and The Flaming Lips's musical Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Other designs include Sinatra at Radio City Music Hall, On the Record for Disney Theatrical, American in Paris for Boston Ballet, A Clockwork Orange for Steppenwolf, Anna Deavere Smith's Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 for the Mark Taper Forum and McCarter Theatre, and The Laramie Project for BAM and other theaters throughout the U.S. He has designed for The Whitney Museum of American Art, Feld Entertainment, Stratford Festival, Lincoln Center Theatre, Guthrie, Goodman, The Old Globe, American Conservatory Theatre, and La Jolla Playhouse, where he is an artist-in-residence. He is a founding member of Sledgehammer Theatre and a recipient of the Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration.