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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the Envoy introduce himself?
(a) As the Queen's personal guard.
(b) As a man who is deeply in love with the Queen.
(c) As the man in charge of the Queen's life.
(d) As a man who has come to the Balcony to play a role.
2. How might the people playing the officials feel on that balcony?
3. What does the Chief say about the three officials?
(a) They are his best friends.
(b) They should remain as the officials.
(c) They did a superb job acting as officials.
(d) They seem relieved at not having to live their roles anymore.
4. Who bows to the Bishop?
(a) His boss.
(b) His mother.
(c) His wife.
(d) His grocer.
5. What does the Committee instruct the rebels to do regarding Chantal?
(a) Put her image on posters.
(b) Have her sing.
(c) Remove her from the rebellion.
(d) Put her into hiding.
6. Who sets up Chantal?
(a) The Queen.
(b) The rebels.
(c) The officials.
(d) The Envoy.
7. What do the other officials tell the Chief?
(a) He should be patient.
(b) He does not deserve power.
(c) He should look for someone to pretend to be him.
(d) He should go out and get more power.
8. Who else is preparing to play specific roles?
(a) Irma and Carmen.
(b) Carmen and the other prostitutes.
(c) The Executioner and the Prisoner.
(d) The General and the Judge.
9. What does this scene say about power?
(a) All power is the same.
(b) Those who are powerful are safe.
(c) Power is desired by everyone.
(d) All power is different.
10. What do the Queen and the General do?
(a) They tell Carmen to help.
(b) They push her over the edge.
(c) They call for Roger.
(d) They carry Chantal off.
11. Who bursts into the room?
(a) The police.
(b) The rebels.
(c) Three Photographers.
(d) Mark, Luke, Armand, and Roger.
12. From where has news come?
(a) From the rebel soldiers.
(b) From the Queen.
(c) From the Queen's Envoy.
(d) The Central Committee.
13. What does Chantal say she will be doing when she sings for the crowd?
(a) Leading the rebels.
(b) Inspiring them.
(c) Saying "I love you" to Roger.
(d) Encouraging a sense of peace and calm.
14. The authorities are planning to follow the usual pattern of what?
(a) Spying on the rebels.
(b) Using double-agents.
(c) Using the rebellion to enhance their own power.
(d) Attack and run.
15. Who appears on the balcony?
(a) Carmen and the prostitutes.
(b) Roger, Mark, Luke, and Louis.
(c) The General, the Judge, the Bishop, the Chief, and the Queen.
(d) Chantal and Carmen.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long will the Chief's position be perilous?
2. Who does the Queen accuse of engineering Chantal's death?
3. What does the Queen do?
4. To what does Irma agree?
5. Why will the Chief and Irma be prevented from being themselves?
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