1. What is the opening scene of the play set?
(a) Bobby Gould's office.
(b) Marilyn Monroe's home in Brentwood.
(c) Hollywood Blvd.
(d) The top of the Hollywood sign.
2. What clutters the opening scene?
(a) The orchestra.
(b) Stage lights and grease paint.
(c) Boxes and painting supplies.
(d) Starlets and reporters.
3. At the beginning of Act One, what is Bobby Gould doing when Charlie arrives?
(a) Watching an audition.
(b) Begging a woman to stay.
(d) Watching a film.
4. Gould claims the gods do what to make people mad?
(a) Answer their prayers.
(b) Cause famine and war.
(c) Show them the door.
(d) Deny their wishes.
5. What is Karen's title at the beginning of the play?
(a) Assistant to the Studio Head.
(b) Administrative Assistant.
(d) Temporary Secretary.
6. What does Gould feel is missing from his company's films?
(a) Explosions and profanity.
(b) Good actors.
(c) A decent budget.
(d) Art and entertainment.
7. What is Gould's job at the beginning of Act One?
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