1. What is the date of the opening of Chapter 1?
2. What is one of the plays being rehearsed?
(a) Julius Caesar.
(b) Romeo and Juliet.
(c) As You Like It.
3. How does Arby say the boy actors must function?
(a) Like apprentices.
(b) Like teenagers.
(c) Like a family.
(d) Like professionals.
4. Who is Arby?
(a) The company director.
(b) The oldest teen.
(c) The lead actor.
(d) The company's owner.
5. Where is the setting at the opening of Chapter 1?
(a) New York.
6. What does Nat think of some of the games the boys play?
(a) They are too difficult.
(b) They are quite fun.
(c) They do not have any purpose.
(d) They are childish.
7. Why does Arby make the boys play the games?
(a) To build trust and become acquainted.
(b) To see which ones are the leaders.
(c) To give them a break from serious work.
(d) As a means of asserting his control over the boys.
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