The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Multiple Choice

1. What is the setting of the play in the opening act?
(a) A field of marigolds.
(b) A dark room of wood.
(c) A swimming pool.
(d) A school gymnasium.

2. Of the following objects, which are NOT included in the description of the setting in Act 1?
(a) Magazines.
(b) Dishes.
(c) Cell phones.
(d) Suitcases.

3. What kind of animal is kept in the wire cage in the front left room?
(a) A gerbil.
(b) A rabbit.
(c) A snake.
(d) A ferret.

4. Who is the first character introduced in the play?
(a) Nanny.
(b) Tillie.
(c) Mr. Goodman.
(d) Janice Vickery.

5. What is the "beautiful word" that Tillie speaks of in her opening monologue?
(a) Atom.
(b) Rabbit.
(c) Marigold.
(d) Cobalt.

6. Who does Beatrice receive a phone call from in Act 1?
(a) Mr. Goodman.
(b) Janice Vickery.
(c) Ruth.
(d) Nanny.

7. What is Beatrice wearing when she makes her entrance in Act 1?
(a) A bathrobe.
(b) A bathing suit.
(c) An evening gown.
(d) Jean overalls.

8. How does Beatrice describe her daughter, Tillie?
(a) She is not a pretty girl.
(b) She is a sweet girl.
(c) She is a mean girl.
(d) She is a pretty girl.

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