The Deadly Theatre, part 1 (pp. 11-30)
1. "A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of ______ to be engaged."
2. The author says that we think of what as killing the theatre?
(d) Art museums.
3. What form of theatre does the author discuss first in the book?
(a) Deadly Theatre.
(b) Holy Theatre.
(c) Bad Theatre.
(d) Immediate Theatre.
4. What is the theatre district in London called?
(a) West End.
(c) East End.
5. What does "Deadly Theatre" mean?
(a) Intense theatre.
(b) Avant garde theatre.
(c) Great theatre.
(d) Bad theatre.
6. The author writes that, "All through the world theatre audiences are ______".
7. The theatre has often been called what?
(a) A religion.
(b) A whore.
(c) A waste.
(d) A misery.
8. What does the author say is nonexistent in today's world?
(a) A competition with film.
(b) A fight for truth.
(c) A Deadly Theatre.
(d) A true theatre of joy.
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