Act 1, Scene 1
1. What is the setting of the play?
(a) 1942 Yonkers, New York.
(b) 1842, Yonkers, Pennsylvania.
(c) 1842, Yonkers, New York.
(d) 1942, Yonkers, Pennsylvania.
2. Whose living room is it?
(a) Arty Kurnitz's.
(b) Eddie Kurnitz's.
(c) Great Uncle Louie Kurnitz's.
(d) Grandma Kurnitz's.
3. What is below the apartment?
(a) Kurnitz's Kracker Jack Store.
(b) Kurnitz's Kandy Store.
(c) Kurnitz's Kiddy Store.
(d) Kurnitz's Kool Store.
4. Where do Grandma and her daughter, Bella, work?
(a) Mendelssohn's Violin Shop.
(b) Kurnitz's Kiddy Store.
(c) Jacopo's Diner.
(d) Kurnitz's Kandy Store.
5. How does the scene open?
(a) Grandma Kurnitz is arguing with Bella.
(b) Eddie is saying goodbye to his sons.
(c) Arty and Jay are eating candy in the store.
(d) Two boys, Arty and Jay, sit uncomfortably on the couch waiting for their Father, Eddie, to emerge from Grandma's bedroom.
6. What is taking place between Eddie and Grandma Kurnitz?
(a) A business agreement.
(b) An important conversation.
(c) An argument.
(d) A light-hearted discussion.
7. Why are the boys strangers to this place?
(a) They have been living out of the country since birth.
(b) Grandma Kurnitz has recently moved.
(c) Grandma Kurnitz is not their real grandmother.
(d) Grandma Kurnitz never liked the boys' mother.
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