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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 appears out of the cupboards in Leo's office during his fantasy in act 1, scene 3?
(a) Chorus girls.
(b) A leading lady.
(c) Max Bialystock.
(d) A backstage crew for a Broadway production.
2. What do Leo and the other accountants sing about?
(a) How nice their boss is.
(b) How they like their job.
(c) How they want to rob their boss.
(d) How they dislike their job.
3. What is Bialystock hiding his face behind when he first enters at the beginning of the show?
(a) A placard.
(b) His hat.
(c) A newspaper.
(d) A playbill.
4. What happens during Leo's fantasy sequence?
(a) Leo becomes the most succesful director of all time.
(b) Max makes him a millionaire.
(c) Leo stars in his own Broadway show.
(d) Leo sings and dances with chorus girls.
5. How does Max plan to raise the money needed for the play?
(a) Sexual favors to rich old ladies.
(b) Having people pay money to watch Ulla dance.
(c) Renting Leo out as an accountant and errand boy.
(d) Robbing his sponsors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Franz deny being a member of?
2. In what event will Max approve Leo's request in act 1, scene 5?
3. Who is NOT one of the three old ladies in the beginning of act 1, scene 9?
4. What is Leo's dream job?
5. What is the name of Ulla's song?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Roger end up playing Hitler?
2. What is offered to Ulla by the end of act 1, scene 8?
3. What are the old ladies doing in act 1, scene 9 and what is their song about?
4. Who is Ulla?
5. Why is Max kneeling in the beginning of act 1, scene 4?
6. What is significant about Ulla's song?
7. For what event is Roger dressed up, and who is he going as?
8. What is Leo's analysis of the possibility of going to jail?
9. How is Leo atypical from the other accountants?
10. What does Leo sing about in act 2, scene 1, and how does it affect Ulla?
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