Act 1, Part 1
1. This raucous comedy-drama tells the parallel stories of what two people?
(a) Prostitutes, one Irish and one British.
(b) Soldiers, one Irish and one British.
(c) Caretakers, one Irish and one British.
(d) Soldiers, one American and one German.
2. Why are they both captured and held hostage?
(a) As part of the ongoing hostilities between the United States and the Nazi party.
(b) The property for which they care is under investigation.
(c) They are breaking the law.
(d) As part of the ongoing hostilities between the Irish Republican Army and the British government.
3. What takes place suddenly in this story?
(c) Gun shots.
(d) Violence, music, and humor.
4. This story explores themes relating to what?
(a) Sin and degradation.
(b) Compassion and love.
(c) The nature of imprisonment, preconception, and honor.
(d) The war between the IRA and the British.
5. How does the story begin?
(a) A narrator appears.
(b) The actors dance an Irish jig.
(c) Rock and roll music is heard.
(d) The actors walk solemnly onto the stage.
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