To understand the evolution of carbon and oxygen rich asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars it is important to observationally establish the relations between parameters such as luminosity, age, and metallicity. The existence of luminous (brighter than the top of the first giant branch) AGB stars in clusters in the Magellanic Clouds (Mould and Aaronson 1979; Frogel, et al. 1980) provides a nearly ideal situation in which these relations can be determined. Although metallicities and main sequence turn-off ages are known for only a fraction of the clusters, the ranking scheme devised by Searle, et al. (1980; SWB) indicates that age and metallicity are closely related to one another.