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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When was the Reverend Fred Phelps born?
2. What Laramie resident states in Act 2 that he believes the gay community took “this as an advantage, said this is a good time for us to exploit this”?
(a) Russell Henderson
(b) Gil Engen
(c) Father Roger Schmit
(d) Reverend Fred Phelps
3. In “Moment: Russell Henderson” of Act 3, how does Russell Henderson change his plea?
(a) From guilty to no contest
(b) From no contest to guilty
(c) From not guilty to guilty
(d) From no contest to not guilty
4. Who is described as Matthew Shepard’s academic adviser in Act 2?
(a) Stephen Belber
(b) John Peacock
(c) Rebecca Hilliker
(d) Matt Galloway
5. Where was James Byrd, Jr. murdered?
(a) Pueblo, Colorado
(b) Omaha, Nebraska
(c) Phoenix, Arizona
(d) Jasper, Texas
Short Answer Questions
1. In Waco, Texas, a siege was initiated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation which lasted how many days?
2. It was in what month that the author and members of the Tectonic Theater Project traveled to Laramie, Wyoming to collect interviews?
3. When was Oscar Wilde born?
4. Who says in “Moment: Departure” of Act 3, “And I will speak with you, I will trust that if you write a play of this, that you say it right. You need to do your best to say it correct”?
5. In “Moment: The Essential Facts” in Act 2, the Newspaperperson states that the focus is on what courthouse?
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