Most writers would like to create something that lasts more than their lifetime. The following list are excellent plays that I've either seen or read. I hope that some of them make your top ten lists as well:
1.The Glass Managerie 2.Waiting For Godot 3.The Seventh Seal 4.Death Of A Salesman 5.The Caretaker 6.Who's Afraid Of Virgina Wolf 7.A Long Day's Journey Into Night
8.Play It Again Sam 9.Uncle Vanya/Anton Chekhov 10.Streetcar Named Desire
It's true that artistic works from one's own life can be complex and difficult to understand. That's because in dealing with real people with real conflicts, there isn't any simple formula for understanding deep personal human experiences.
Isn't it great to hyperlink to other webpages and go there immediately,
even to mystery websites like this one.