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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 are Leo and Max doing at the beginning of act 1, scene 5?
(b) Making phone calls.
(c) Drinking bourbon.
(d) Reading scripts.
2. What is the subtitle of the play Max finds in act 1, scene 5?
(a) A Gay Fantasia on National Themes.
(b) A Story of Forbidden Love.
(c) A Gay Romp with Adolf and Eva at Berchtesgaden.
(d) My Life In The Socialist Party.
3. What does Max call his benefactress who visits him in act 1, scene 2?
(a) Lick Me- Bite Me.
(b) Hold Me-Touch Me.
(c) Kiss Me-Lick Me.
(d) Hug Me-Kiss Me.
4. According to Max, what must the author of the play be used to?
(a) Storefront theaters.
(b) Community theater.
(c) Big Broadway productions.
(d) Expermental theater off-Broadway.
5. How does Leo feel about the play Max finds?
(a) He actually finds it to be brilliant.
(b) He is horrified.
(c) He thinks it is boring.
(d) He thinks it is hilarious.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Max once considered prior to this show?
2. What is Leo's dream job?
3. What is the backdrop of act 1, Scene 9?
4. What time is it at the beginning of act 1, scene 5?
5. Who arrives at Max and Leo's office to audition for Springtime for Hitler in act 1, scene 8?
Short Essay Questions
1. What wordplay is being used to comical affect with Ulla?
2. Describe the production of Springtime for Hitler.
3. Why do Max and Leo approach Roger DeBris to direct the play?
4. What does Leo sing about in act 2, scene 1, and how does it affect Ulla?
5. What is significant about the Homburg-style hat?
6. What is significant about Bialystock being middle-aged and disheveled?
7. What is significant about Ulla's entrance in act 2, scene 3?
8. How has Ulla transformed Max and Leo's office, and what does it signify?
9. Describe what happens on-stage after Max, Leo, and Franz are pardoned.
10. Why is Leo absent in act 2, scene 6?
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