The Mothers of Invention The English poet A.E. Housman is the subject of Tom Stoppard's brilliantly written play, The Invention of Love, which was produced this past spring at The Wilma Theatre in Philadelphia. Collaborating with director Blanka Zizka, New York-based set designer Michael McGarty (making his Wilma debut) designed sets that are as visually arresting as the words are aurally interesting. Russell Champa's lighting and Janus Stefanowicz's costumes added to the abstract nature of ...

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