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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As the prisoner sits in Act 4, what does he do?
(b) Taps his fingers.
2. What can Joseph Dokes tell the Young Woman?
(a) How to find a lawyer.
(b) How life is in the prison.
(c) How to get her husband released.
(d) How to file a complaint.
3. What is the tone of the Sergeant's apology?
4. What rule has changed in Act 4?
(a) Dogs don't have to identify themselves.
(b) Absolutely no talking in any language.
(c) They can speak mountain language.
(d) Visiting hours are extended.
5. Why doesn't the Old Woman respond to the prisoner?
(a) She's maintaining her dignity.
(b) She's afraid to speak.
(c) She's mad at him.
(d) She can't hear him.
6. What is the Sergeant cursing about at the beginning of Act 3?
(a) That he can't ever get a moment of quiet.
(b) That the Young Woman is in the room.
(c) That his dinner was cold.
(d) That something smells bad.
7. Why is the man in Act 3 wearing a hood?
(a) To blend in.
(b) Because it's cold.
(c) To hide his face.
(d) To look hip.
8. The Sergeant says, "What can I do for you, dear lady, as they used to say in ________."
(a) New York.
(b) My hometown.
(c) The movies.
(d) The prison.
9. What does the Prisoner have on his face at the beginning of Act 4?
10. When the voice-over in Act 3 begins, what happens to the lights?
(a) They dim.
(b) They go off.
(d) They get brighter.
11. How does the Old Woman communicate in Act 4?
(a) She whispers.
(b) She's silent.
(c) She speaks sign language.
(d) She passes notes.
12. What does the Sergeant blame the "mix up" in Act 3 on?
(a) The weather.
(b) The guards' incompetence.
(c) His lack of sleep.
(d) The computers.
13. As the Old Woman sits in Act 4, what does she do?
(c) Taps her toes.
14. What season is it (in the Young Woman and the man's voice over)?
15. Why does the Sergeant un-hood the man?
(a) To intimidate the Young Woman.
(b) To give the hood away.
(c) To reveal his true identity.
(d) To embarrass him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the prisoner at the end of Act 4?
2. What does the Old Woman do to help her son?
3. How does the Sergeant describe the group at the beginning of Act 3?
4. Why does the Young Woman try to negotiate with the Sergeant?
5. What does the Sergeant apologize to the Young Woman for?
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