She had to her credit no fewer than five Broadway productions: Uncle Vanya and The Critic in 1946, The Matchmaker in 1955-57, The House of Atreus in 1968, and The Misanthrope in 1975. In addition, she is credited for the 2004 revival of King Lear, in which the scenery was based on her designs for Stratford (Ontario).
Tanya Moiseiwitch was posthumously appointed as an honorary Officer of the Order of Canada for her "enormous impact on theatre arts in the 20th century".
Edelstein, T.J.; Barlow, Alan. The stage is all the world : the theatrical designs of Tanya Moiseiwitsch. Chicago, Ill.: David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago in association with the University of Washington Press. p. 134. ISBN0-935573-14-3.