1. What is the main topic of this play?
(b) Hospital care.
(c) Family relationships.
2. In what year did this play win both a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award?
3. Where is the setting for the opening of this play?
(a) A hospital room.
(b) A cottage.
(c) A hotel room.
(d) A doctor's office.
4. Which of the following is the best description of what the opening setting could be mistake for?
(a) A vacation home on a beach.
(b) A country retreat in the woods.
(c) A high tech hospital.
(d) A three star restaurant.
5. What is located in the interview area?
(a) A small stool.
(b) Two chairs.
(c) A chair and a couch.
(d) A chair, a recorder and a man.
6. What draws Joe's attention to the interview area?
(a) A light suddenly comes on.
(b) The sound of recorded voices.
(c) A man calls him over.
(d) The loud crying of a woman.
7. Which of the following is true about the interviewer?
(a) The interviewer is an unseen person.
(b) The interviewer is a female in a suit.
(c) The interviewer seems oblivious to Joe's presence.
(d) The interviewer is not talking to Joe.
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