1. What is this play about?
(a) A train stop in Baltimore.
(b) A group of school children.
(c) A nursing home.
(d) The lives of a motley group of characters.
2. What does the Hotel Baltimore interior reflect?
(a) The contemporary design found in many new hotels.
(b) The Art Deco interior design of that period.
(c) The Arts and Crafts homes in the neighborhood.
(d) The Victorian era in which it was built.
3. What about the hotel has diminished?
(a) The number of guests.
(b) Its gleaming persona.
(c) Its distance from the train stop.
(d) Its cleanliness.
4. What has the hotel seen?
(a) Very few guests over the years.
(b) Better days.
(c) A growth in wealthy guests.
(d) No celebrities.
5. How does the play open?
(a) It is 7 o'clock in the evening on Memorial Day.
(b) It is 7 o'clock in the morning on Labor Day.
(c) It is 7 o'clock in the morning on Memorial Day.
(d) It is 7 o'clock in the evening on Labor Day.
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