My mind is very "black and white". I want for there to be ONE answer to a question.
When I think about plays, I think about the things that have been on Broadway for about a zillion years, that have been remade perhaps into a movie, and perhaps into something every high school can put on, and those that have cast albums; things that have entered the American (at least) mindset. Things that are so vast in Popular Culture that even I have heard of them.
And I think about a play a friend of mine wrote - that I went to Texas to see performed.
And I think about a play that I was in during my pre-teen years - a small number that the drama sector of our summer school put on. I still remember the rough premise and one of my lines, but I would like to find it so I can read it through again, because I rather dislike half-memories. Yeaaaaah, good luck with that!
And for this reason and that, I've been thinking rather a lot of the play "Gravity" which we saw at the lamented Performance Network Theatre in Ann Arbor a few years ago. It was SO good, I thought, that it had to have gone beyond that. Went looking today, and ... well, _you_ try googling on "Play Gravity" and see if you find anything useful. When I start adding other keywords they overwhelmed both of the ones that I cared about.
I want ALL plays to be as easily researched, reviewed, and revisited as, say "Hair", "Man of La Mancha", or "Little Shop of Horrors". At least the ones I care about. Even that silly play that I don't remember the name of from my pre HS days.