1. What is the setting for the beginning of the play?
(a) Long Island Sound.
(b) Walden Pond.
(c) A jail cell in the center of the stage.
(d) A school.
2. In what town is the play set?
(a) Concord, Massachusetts.
(b) Boston, Massachusetts.
(c) Providence, Rhode Island.
(d) East Hampton, New York.
3. Why is the lighting on the empty areas of the set weak?
(a) To suggest a dream.
(b) To suggest winter.
(c) To suggest old age.
(d) The lights are broken.
4. Who is the old man who enters with his wife?
(a) Ralph Waldo Emerson.
(b) Edward Emerson.
(c) Henry David Thoreau.
(d) John Thoreau.
5. In another area of the stage, Henry's mother is visibly upset. What does she ask Henry?
(a) What has happened to John.
(b) Where his father is.
(c) What he has done.
(d) Who is with him.
6. Henry sits up on his cot, and what is his response to his mother's question?
(a) There is "not someone" with him.
(b) He does not know what happened to John.
(c) His father is dead.
(d) He has "not done something."
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