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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. Who arrives at Max and Leo's office to audition for Springtime for Hitler in act 1, scene 8?
(a) An elderly, German lady.
(b) A beautiful English girl.
(c) Hold Me-Touch Me.
(d) A beautiful, Swedish lady.
2. What is Franz wearing when Max and Leo find him?
(a) A German army uniform.
(b) Lederhosen and an army helmet.
(c) A milkmaid's garment.
(d) A kimono.
3. How is Leo's fantasy abruptly interrupted in act 1, scene 3?
(a) Whitehall offers him a drink.
(b) Marks walks back into the room.
(c) Max begs him for his help.
(d) The cleaning lady knocks his file over.
4. Outside of what theater does the first scene in act one take place?
(a) The Neiderlander Theater.
(b) The Schubert Theater.
(c) The Winter Garden Theater.
(d) The Eugene O'Neill Theater.
5. Why does Leo nearly lose his temper while singing with Franz?
(a) Leo keeps stepping in the pigeons' mess.
(b) Leo keeps falling.
(c) Franz keeps kicking and slapping him.
(d) Max keeps poking him.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does act 1, scene 3 end?
2. What does Leo say that catches Max's attention in act 1, scene 2?
3. What is Max's idea at the end of act 1, scene 2?
4. How old is Bialystock?
5. What is Max hoping to find in act 1, scene 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Max responsible for Leo's absence in act 2, scene 6?
2. How has Ulla transformed Max and Leo's office, and what does it signify?
3. Describe what happens on-stage after Max, Leo, and Franz are pardoned.
4. What is Franz's mission with his script?
5. What idea does Leo inadvertently give Max?
6. What does Leo sing about in act 2, scene 1, and how does it affect Ulla?
7. What is significant about Leo dropping his blue blanket in act 2, scene 1?
8. Why is Leo disgusted by the script Max chooses?
9. How does Act 1 end?
10. What is significant about Max's gift to Leo in act 2, scene 9?
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