My Personal Cancer Journey — Top 50 Theatrical Plays, # 41-50

I love the theater! I have been reading and attending theatrical productions for most of my life. I especially love musicals, because they combine two very important aspects of life, the drama of the particular events and music, one of the greatest ways man has created to express emotion and ideas. Over the next few days, I will post my favorite theatrical plays, alphabetically by author or lyricist/song-writer. Feel free to disagree with my selections. I welcome comments on my blog. Look for your favorites and let me know if they are not here.

41. Shaw, George Bernard – Man and Superman

42. Simon, Neal – The Odd Couple

43. Sophocles — Antigone

44. Webber, Andrew Lloyd & Rice, Tim – Jesus Christ Superstar

45. Webber, Andrew Lloyd – The Phantom of the Opera

46. Wilde, Oscar – The Importance of Being Ernest

47. Wilder, Thornton – Our Town

48. Wilder, Thornton – The Skin of Our Teeth

49. Williams, Tennessee – The Glass Menagerie

50. Williams, Tennessee – A Streetcar Named Desire

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