1. What genre of play is "You Can't Take It With You?"
(a) Science fiction.
(b) Romantic comedy.
(d) Historical fiction.
2. What is the purpose of the cluttered and chaotic living room of Grandpa Vanderhof?
(a) The characters are headed here in the first scene.
(b) The characters discuss this location in the first scene.
(c) It is the setting for part of the first scene.
(d) It is where the play opens.
3. How does the reader or audience member know that this room serves more than one purpose?
(a) Books and bookshelves line the walls of the room.
(b) With its eclectic elements, including live snakes, a xylophone, and a printing press.
(c) There is a counter and a cash register.
(d) There are beds and multiple dresser drawers, showing it is a bedroom as well.
4. How are the characters introduced?
(a) As they come in and out of this room.
(b) Alice introduces them.
(c) By Grandpa.
(d) A voice-over describes each character.
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