Playbill Poll: What Current Works Will Endure?

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The New York Times asked two current and one former theatre critic to predict which late 20th century American works will still be performed and appreciated 100 years from now.

The New York Times asked two current and one former theatre critic to predict which late 20th century American works will still be performed and appreciated 100 years from now. One picked Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats, one picked David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, one picked August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone.

Which contemporary plays and/or musicals do YOU think will still resonate with audiences in the year 2096?

Email your answers to Playbill On-Line Managing Editor Robert Viagas at robert_viagas@playbill.com. Please include your town and state, and please note whether you'd like us to include your full e-mail address so you can receive responses. This is optional, of course.

Responses will be accepted through Oct. 4. A selection of the answers will be posted Oct. 5.

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