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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. What does Hannah ask Guy to do while he is on stage practicing his craft?
(a) Stop seeing Fay.
(b) Go shopping.
(c) Take her out someplace nice.
(d) Work on their scene together.
2. Who goes to look for the person Guy is trying to find?
(a) Mr. Llewellyn.
(b) Mr. Ames.
3. Who flirts with Guy at the bar?
4. What does the director do after the curtain has fallen in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) Tells everyone to go home.
(b) Calls the cast back to the stage.
(c) Makes a speech.
(d) Claps his hands in elation.
5. How does Dafydd describe the owner of the bar?
(a) A meek and mild man in his sixties.
(b) A cantankerous old chap.
(c) A sweet old man.
(d) A broken down drunk.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Dafydd's reaction to his own performance during Guy's audition?
2. What is the name of the play being performed by the characters of A Chorus of Disapproval?
3. What does Dafydd suggest Guy should do be more like his initial character?
4. What kind of names do Dafydd's daughters have?
5. What is Dafydd drinking at the bar?
Short Essay Questions
1. Guy's roles appear to be intricately tied into what a woman is encouraging Dafydd to do as far as the role goes. Cite some examples of this.
2. What is the importance, if any, of Guy being invited to join the rest of the cast at the bar?
3. Why is the Daddy doll used as a stand-in for Dafydd when he is gone? What does this tell you about Dafydd's relationship with his daughters?
4. What does the short introduction of Crispin tell you about him?
5. Do you think that Guy is as innocent as he is portrayed, or do you think it is a creatively crafted act?
6. What impression does the reader get of Hannah? Does she seem happy? Why or why not?
7. The BLM deal is again mentioned Act 1, Scene 6, almost as a sidebar. What purpose do you think it serves in this instance?
8. The women of the cast have an obvious interest in Guy. How does this interest help to sharpen Guy's character for the reader?
9. Act 1, Scene 7 seems to be a bit more about Guy feeling a bit pleased with himself, maybe even a little bit cocky. Does he still retain the perceived innocence from earlier scenes?
10. Why is Guy uncomfortable with accepting the money that Jarvis sent him?
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