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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 is the author of the play Max finds in act 1, scene 5?
(a) Franz Wunderkind.
(b) Hitler's cousin.
(c) Franz Liebkind.
(d) Hansel Liebkin.
2. What is Roger wearing when he first meets with Max and Leo?
(b) A kimono.
(d) A long ballgown.
3. Who answers the door at Roger's apartment in act 1, scene 7?
(a) Gaia Ghia Carmina.
(b) Carmen Ghia.
(c) Carman Miranda.
(d) Maria Chinquito Poquito de la Barcelona.
4. What game does Max's benefactress in act 1, scene 2 like to play?
(a) "The Swedish Milk Maid and the Well-Hung Carpenter."
(b) "The Little Mermaid and the Angry Shark."
(c) "The Hairless Chihuahua and the Well-Hunt Great Dane."
(d) "The Virgin Milk Maid and the Well-Hung Stable Boy."
5. What job does Max offer Ulla until he can officially cast her in the musical?
(a) Cleaning lady and repairman.
(b) Secretary and receptionist.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Bialystock hiding his face behind when he first enters at the beginning of the show?
2. What do Leo and the other accountants sing about?
3. What is the name of the location of act 1, scene nine?
4. Where does act 1, scene 2 take place?
5. What game must Max play with Hold Me-Touch Me in act 1, scene 9?
Short Essay Questions
1. What has happened throughout the day that forces Leo to quit his job?
2. What is significant about Leo dropping his blue blanket in act 2, scene 1?
3. What does Max vow to do at the end of act 1, scene 1?
4. What is significant about Leo being chastised for being six minutes late?
5. How do Max and Leo convince Roger to direct Springtime for Hitler?
6. Why does Max need Leo's help?
7. What are some of the things Max does to procure the funds for Springtime for Hitler?
8. How does Leo end up coming to Max's defense in the courtroom?
9. What is offered to Ulla by the end of act 1, scene 8?
10. What is the point of having Franz talk to pigeons?
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