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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. Describe the warrior that enters.
(a) Clad in a storm trooper costume.
(b) Clad in Army fatigues.
(c) Clad as Roman soldier.
(d) Clad head to toe in black armor.
2. Describe the disciples who enter.
(a) They are all males of Jewish descent and most with spiked or dyed hair.
(b) They are all males of various races and dressed very conservatively.
(c) They are all males of various races and most with spiked or dyed hair.
(d) They are all males of Jewish descent and dressed conservatively.
3. As Jesus is held up by his followers, what do Caiaphas and Annas do?
(a) They go searching for Pontius Pilate.
(b) They run off the stage.
(c) They appear on the second level and ask Jesus to disperse the crowd.
(d) They rush to him and join the crowd.
4. What else do they want to know?
(a) When Jesus will become King.
(b) When this will all be over.
(c) When the revolution starts.
(d) When they can go home.
5. What is Judas feeling?
(a) He is not sure how he feels.
(b) He does not want to die.
(c) He wants to help Jesus.
(d) He want what God wants.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a cross design made up of?
2. How are these people, including Judas, dressed?
3. Describe Mary Magdalene.
4. Back with his disciples and Mary Magdalene, what is Jesus trying to do?
5. What song does Mary reprise?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Mary Magdalene.
2. What is happening to Jesus during this scene?
3. What appears in front of Judas? What does Judas do with this?
4. What are the disciples doing?
5. What does Judas believe Jesus should have done?
6. What does Judas think of Mary Magdalene? Why does he feel this way?
7. What does Judas say to Jesus?
8. How does the scene end?
9. How does Jesus reply when Caiaphas and Annas appear on the second level and ask him to disperse the crowd?
10. Why is Jesus brought before Pontius Pilate again?
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