1. What is the name of the person to whom August speaks in the tape recorder?
2. What is the setting at the very beginning of Act 1?
(a) August's study.
(b) The site of the dig.
(c) The kitchen of August's home.
(d) The university.
3. In what month does the play begin?
4. What is the term that defines Landford Wilson's use of a projector in The Mound Builders?
(a) Visual Effect.
(b) Performance Art.
(c) Projectionist Theater.
(d) Multimedia Theater.
5. How old is Professor August Howe?
6. How do we know when August is alone in his study?
(a) The lighting confines to this area only.
(b) It is projected on the screen.
(c) There is a full set change.
(d) The desk rises from beneath the stage.
7. Where on the set do the projections appear, according to the stage directions?
(a) On the desk.
(b) On a curtain.
(c) On a screen at the front of the stage.
(d) On the back wall.
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