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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the location of act 1, scene nine?
(a) "Lady Llama Land."
(b) "Little Old Lady Land."
(c) "Max's Love Nest."
(d) "Max's Exhausting Week."
2. What does Max yell out the window to the woman outside in act 1, scene 2?
(a) "Shake it, baby."
(b) "When you got it, flaunt it."
(c) "Want to star in a Broadway musical?"
(d) "Come up and see me sometime."
3. How much of a discrepancy is there in Max's books for his last show?
(a) Two hundred dollars.
(b) Five thousand dollars.
(c) Two hundred thousand dollars.
(d) Two thousand dollars.
4. Where does the author of the play that Max finds in act 1, scene 5 live?
(c) Greenwich Village.
5. Before she starts singing in act 1, scene 8, what does Ulla claim as inspiration for her song?
(a) She watched a man dancing in the streets.
(b) It is a traditional Swedish folk song.
(c) It makes her feel confident.
(d) A man yelled at her from an office window the day before.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Roger hoping to look like for the evening's event in act 1, scene 7?
2. Outside of what theater does the first scene in act one take place?
3. What year is it as the play begins?
4. Which character is NOT singing about Max and Leo at the end of act 1, scene 9?
5. What time is it at the beginning of act 1, scene 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. What has happened throughout the day that forces Leo to quit his job?
2. How do Max, Leo, and Franz get pardoned?
3. What is Max's job and his history with show business?
4. How does Franz react to the people auditioning for the play?
5. What is hurting Max the most in act 2, scene 7?
6. For what event is Roger dressed up, and who is he going as?
7. What is Franz's mission with his script?
8. How does Leo act around Ulla in act 2, scene 1?
9. What is significant about the references to homosexuality in act 2, scene 2?
10. Who is Hold-Me Touch-Me?
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