Act 1, Prologue
1. Where does Tevye live?
(a) Religious commune.
(b) Small village.
(c) Large city.
(d) Prison camp.
2. When addressing the audience at the start of the story, Tevye explains that in his community balance is kept through what?
(b) Law and order.
(c) Hard work.
3. Tevye explains that in his community, prayer shawls are worn as what?
(a) Show of devotion to God.
(b) Symbol of humility.
(c) Protection against the cold.
(d) Sign of respect for elders.
4. Why are traditions important to Tevye?
(a) God developed them.
(b) His ancestors came up with them.
(c) They're fun and comfortable.
(d) Everyone knows their role in life.
5. According to the "Tradition" song sung by everyone, what are the "Papas" expected to do?
(a) Mend broken roofs.
(b) Scramble for a living.
(c) Work to keep the peace.
(d) Plant seasonal crops.
6. According to the "Tradition" song, what are the "Mamas" expected to do?
(a) Feed the husband and wash clothes.
(b) Teach sons to pray.
(c) Raise the family and run the home.
(d) Teach daughters to read.
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