Invention of Love

As Oscar Wilde in Tom Stoppard’s THE INVENTION OF LOVE, first at Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater directed by Blanka Ziska, and then at the Studio Theatre in DC directed by Joy Zinoman.

“In Washington, George Crowley played an arthritic, subdued Wilde – the Wilde who emerged from Reading Gaol a broken, dessicated shadow of the rabble-rouser who’d shocked Victorian England by not hiding his sexual proclivities.” “–Bob Mondello, American Theatre Magazine”