Those who can make you believe absurdities, will make you commit atrocitie —Voltaire

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Top Plays Of The XX Century According To Me

My list of the best plays of the XX Century

"Feeling for humanity, gentlemen, is cut for the purse of an ordinary millionaire; with financial resources like mine you can afford a new world order."

The Visit

The Visit - Freidrich Durrenmatt
The Cherry Orchard - Anton Chekhov
Death Of A Salesman - Arthur Miller
Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
A Streetcar Named Desire - Tennessee Williams
Spring Awakening - Frank Wedekind
Three Sisters - Anton Chekhov
Life Of Galileo - Bertolt Brecht
An Enemy Of The People - Henrik Ibsen
Six Characters In Search Of An Author - Luigi Pirandello
Saint Joan - G.B. Shaw
Accidental Death Of An Anarchist - Dario Fo
The Homecoming - Harold Pinter
Mother Courage - Bertolt Brecht
A Dolls House - Henrik Ibsen
The Glass Menagerie - Tennessee Williams
Long Day’s Journey into Night - Eugene O’Neill
Juno And The Paycock - Sean O'Cacey
The House Of Bernarda Alba - F.G.Lorca
The Mahabarata - J.C.Carriere/Peter Brook
Salome - Oscar Wilde
Far Away - Caryl Churchill
Who's Afraid Of Virgina Woolf - Edward Albee
Private Lives - Noel Coward
Happy Days - Samuel Beckett
No Man's Land - Harold Pinter
John Gabriel Borkman - Henrik Ibsen
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead - Tom Stoppard
Saved - Edward Bond
Top Girls - Caryl Churchill
The Balcony - Jean Genet
Translations - Brian Friel
Lear - Edward Bond
Glengarry Glen Ross - David Mamet
Amadeus - Peter Shaffer
Sweeney Todd - Sondheim
Attempts on Her Life - Martin Crimp
Crave - Sarah Kane
A Dream Play - August Strindberg
Statements - Athol Fugard
Oleanna - David Mamet
4.48 Psychosis - Sarah Kane
A Number - Caryl Churchill

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