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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who goes to look for the person Guy is trying to find?
(c) Mr. Ames.
(d) Mr. Llewellyn.
2. What is the name of the character that plays the protagonist in the play being performed in the beginning of the story?
(a) Dafydd Llewellyn.
(b) John Gay.
(c) Hannah Consentino.
(d) Guy Jones.
3. How is Bridget introduced in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) As the bar's owner.
(b) As the bartender's daughter.
(c) As Jarvis's mistress.
(d) As Dafydd's best actress.
4. What is Guy drinking at the bar?
(a) A gin and tonic.
(b) A mixed drink.
(c) A beer.
5. What does Hannah say is the only thing in her house that doesn't fit into the family "theme"?
(b) The family dog.
(c) The family Bible.
(d) The car.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Guy surprised after he finishes his audition?
2. What adjective(s) is used to describe Guy's personality?
3. What does Hannah bring to Guy while he is practicing his craft?
4. Who gets into a physical confrontation in the bar?
5. What beverage does most of the cast drink?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the song Crispin sings in Act 2, Scene 2 while Linda and Bridget are fighting?
2. What is the relevance of the song from The Beggar's Opera at the end of Act 2, Scene 3?
3. What does the description of Dafydd's home tell you about his family?
4. Ambition now seems to be one of Guy's driving forces after success with women and his acting. Cite examples of his ambition in his sexual conquests as well as his roles in the play.
5. Character development is very important in a play. Act 1, Scene 3 is all about character development. How does this bar scene give you the basic information you need to know about most of the characters?
6. Again, we see an example of Guy's innocence. Though Rebecca nearly outright confesses to starting the BLM rumor, Guy is still puzzled about who would have done so and why. How does Rebecca describe the possible events leading up to the rumor?
7. In Act 1, Scene 4, we learn of Guy's wife's death and why he wanted to join The Beggar's Opera. What effect, good or bad, do you think his wife's death will have on his future relationships with women
8. What is the importance of the song from The Beggar's Opera in Act 1, Scene 3? What does it add to the scene?
9. What does the short introduction of Crispin tell you about him?
10. Again, a song from The Beggar's Opera is used to add to the scene. What is the importance of this song to Act 1, Scene 5?
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