Eugene Lee’s career seems like almost too much for one person: He has been the Resident Designer at Trinity Repertory Company since 1967. As Production Designer for Saturday Night Live, he has designed the look of one of the most influential forces in pop culture since the show premiered in 1975. He is a three-time Tony Award winner for his designs on Candide, Wicked and Sweeney Todd, earning him a 2006 induction into the Theater Hall of Fame at Broadway’s Gershwin Theater. Television came calling once again when Eugene was hired to design the sets for the new “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” Through it all, he has remained dedicated to Rhode Island, not only living and raising his family in Providence, but contributing to the community by helping to refurbish the auditorium at Hope High School, designing fundraisers for WaterFire, and creating a traveling Shakespeare cart for the Brown/Trinity MFA Program. “His commitment to being here and his dedication to Trinity never veered, even with all his worldwide success,” exclaimed the selection committee. “It’s amazing to have someone in our community who is so prominent and highly decorated in his field.”