4. "All Over," by Edward Albee. Bring Rosemary Harris and Michael Learned back in this superb production of an underrated 1971 play by Albee, about the death of a patriarch, and put it on Broadway. This one was done (but sadly not widely seen) at the Roundabout's Gramercy Theatre in 2002, in a superbly sensitive production under Emily Mann's direction.
From The Journal News' "Broadway's 2006 wish list".