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Chapter 3 Question 1 0 out of 2 points True or False: Experience is not considered one of the tools of the actor. Selected Answer: True Question 2 2 out of 2 points True or False: Actors often realize less income than the janitors who clean the theatres they perform in. Selected Answer: True Question 3 0 out of 2 points True or False: It can be a challenge for an actor to keep a performance fresh in an extended run of a play. Selected Answer: False Question 4 0 out of 2 points True or False: Only the United States has been influenced by Stanislavsky's teachings. Selected Answer: True Question 5 2 out of 2 points True or False: We are allowed to disagree with a quote presented in class. Selected Answer: True Question 6 2 out of 2 points The person considered to be the first actor appearing in 6th Century BC Greece is: Selected Answer: Thespis Question 7 2 out of 2 points A job interview for an actor might be better described as: Selected Answer: An audition Question 8 0 out of 2 points True or False: The University of Illinois offers a B.A. in Acting degree. Selected Answer: True Question 9 2 out of 2 points Patrick Stewart's photo essay in this chapter shows him making: Selected Answer:

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  • Chapter 3!!!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Experience is not considered one of the tools of the actor.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 2!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Actors often realize less income than the janitors who clean the theatres they perform in.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 3!0 out of 2 points!True or False: It can be a challenge for an actor to keep a performance fresh in an extended run of a play.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Only the United States has been influenced by Stanislavsky's teachings.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 5!2 out of 2 points!True or False: We are allowed to disagree with a quote presented in class.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!The person considered to be the first actor appearing in 6th Century BC Greece is:!Selected Answer:! !Thespis!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!A job interview for an actor might be better described as:!Selected Answer:! !An audition!Question 8!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The University of Illinois offers a B.A. in Acting degree.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!Patrick Stewart's photo essay in this chapter shows him making:!Selected Answer:! !

  • A cheat sheet for his entrances! !True!Question 11!2 out of 2 points!Strasberg headed The Actors Studio in 1951.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 12!2 out of 2 points!Audition, rehearsal, and performance are part of the actor's:!Selected Answer:! !Professional routine!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!A contentless scene is a scene which has:!Selected Answer:! !No fixed content!Question 14!2 out of 2 points!True or False: According to our text, Acting can be roughly divided into two notions- Internal and External.!!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 15!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Presentational acting deals first and foremost with physical clowning skills taught in most theatre programs.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!Experimentation and discovery for the actor comes through the _______________ period.!Selected Answer:! !Rehearsal!Question 17!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Stanislavsky developed emotion memory as an acting technique.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 18!2 out of 2 points!The final ingredient of acting sometimes called "presence", "magnetism", "charisma" refers to:!Selected Answer:! !Magic!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!Acting is much easier to understand by _______ than by reading about it.!

  • Selected Answer:! !Doing it!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Actors Equity Association is not the professional union representing actors.!Selected Answer:! !False!!Chapter 4!!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!Intrigue means that we, as the audience,!Selected Answer:! !Want to find out the meaning of the piece!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!In Harold Pinter's work his plays are filled with what?!Selected Answer:! !Snappy dialogue!Question 3!2 out of 2 points!Playwright Tony Kushner is best known for his work:!!Selected Answer:! !Angels in America!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Even our dreams can be considered a form of playwriting we all do in our everyday lives.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 5!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The qualities of a fine play don't work independently of one another but rather tend to interact with one another.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!True or False: It is recommended to wait to buy tickets to our required performances until the day of the show.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!David Henry Hwang's main subject as a playwright is:!Selected Answer:! !Orientalism!

  • Question 8!0 out of 2 points!Writing so that a line of dialogue can achieve its maximum impact is making use of the concept of:!Selected Answer:! !Implications!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!True or False: While there is consensus among writers about where to begin writing a novel, the steps involved in beginning to write a play are universally standard.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 10!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Play plots that make use of the concept of "compression" only cover actual events that happen in real time on the stage making the running time of the play equal to the time the events in the play would happen.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!0 out of 2 points!In playwriting- the two main types of dramatic structure are:!Selected Answer:! !Real and Expressive!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!Playwright Arthur Miller believed the prime business of a play is to:!Selected Answer:! !Bring light to a darkened world!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!True or False: While Screenplays deal primarily with images, Plays deal primarily with words.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!0 out of 2 points!True or False: There are 4 types of "Dramatic Questions."!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 15!0 out of 2 points!A plot which follows a "cause and effect" model is an example of:!Selected Answer:! !Focused Climactic Build!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The written text is the final version of the play.!Selected Answer:! !False!

  • Question 17!0 out of 2 points!True or False. In the theatre, unlike film, the playwright has authority over his/her words and how they are used in production.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 18!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Intrigue draws us into the world of the play and that keeps us there.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Neil LaBute, when asked why he has written something asks, "What do you think it means?"!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The spelling of playwright has great implications than just a writer of plays.!Selected Answer:! !True!!Chapter 5!!Question 1!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The Production Stage Manager is not the main force behind keeping track of a production's schedules, maintaining the show after it opens, and during the run.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 2!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Public fascination with realistic scenery reached its high-water mark in the late nineteenth century "theatre of the fourth wall removed."!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 3!0 out of 2 points!According to Scott Lehrer, the theatre technology that has advanced the most rapidly in the past decades is:!Selected Answer:! !Lights!Question 4!2 out of 2 points!One of the pieces of information that design can provide an audience is:!Selected Answer:! !All of These!Question 5!

  • 2 out of 2 points!True or False: Some sound design may provide emotional content a scene or moment on stage.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Scenery was required for the Egyptian Abydos Passion Play.!!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!True or False: It is not normal to have more people working behind the scenes of a production to facilitate the production than there are actors seen on the stage.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 8!0 out of 2 points!The primary source of any of the designers' work is:!Selected Answer:! !The Theatre!Question 9!0 out of 2 points!True or False: In a proscenium theatre space full sized walls upstage will prohibit the audience from viewing the action of the play.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Design elements can help us determine time and place in a production.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!0 out of 2 points!The Arena, Black Box, ____________________, and ____________________ make up the four main theater spaces presented in our text.!Selected Answer:! !Tiered, Proscenium!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Modern theatre critics prefer amplified sound for all situations.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 13!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Realistic portrayal of locations is always a primary goal of scene design.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!

  • 0 out of 2 points!Lighting designers came to be principal members of the production team in the:!Selected Answer:! !Very origin of theatre itself!Question 15!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Designers have always used technologies available to them.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The costume designer became particularly important during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with the rise of Realism.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: A designer designs and a technician builds that design.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 18!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The theater in which a production is to be presented does influence design elements.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!Properties designers deal with objects:!Selected Answer:! !Handled in the show!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!True or False: During the performance the production stage manager is in full charge of the show.!!Chapter 6 !!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!The rehearsing of a play best fits in which stage of the director's work:!Selected Answer:! !Performance!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!True or False: George II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen is often credited with being the direct of most ancient theatre productions.!Selected Answer:! !True!

  • Question 3!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Exclusively using demonstration as a method of coaching actors is used in most modern directing techniques.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The Music Man was the first show Susan Stroman won a Tony Award for directing.!!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 5!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Being an actor is required for a director's complete training.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Interpreting and visioning the script is a primary function of the director.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!True or False: In the earliest days of theatre directing was considered a form of teaching.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 8!0 out of 2 points!Stylizing directors demand that directing aim primarily at the creation of:!Selected Answer:! !High fashion reviews!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Robert Cohen directed the production of The School for Wives covered in the photo essay in this chapter.!!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Taking attendance at rehearsal is not a typical task of the director.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!2 out of 2 points!True or False: New directors today are more likely than not to have trained in New York.!Selected Answer:! !

  • False!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!The director's determination of the most important of the many images, ideas, and emotions that should emerge from the play is called the:!Selected Answer:! !Directorial treatment!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!In most professional theatres the person/entity that is usually responsible for hiring the director is:!Selected Answer:! !The Producer!Question 14!2 out of 2 points!Which two categories best describe the broad classifications of the directors' work?!Selected Answer:! !Technical and Artistic!Question 15!0 out of 2 points!According to Robert Cohen- Directing is an art whose product is:!Selected Answer:! !completely useless and utterly futile.!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Assigning roles to certain actors is called casting.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 17!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Due to the incredible influence of the playwright in the creation of modern productions the current world of theatre can be said to be "the playwrights' theatre."!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 18!0 out of 2 points!True of False: A casting director can assist a director with choosing a cast from the over 150,000 professional actors in the United States.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!Callback auditions are held after:!Selected Answer:! !The first audition!Question 20!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The production process of creating a performance doesn't often last about a year.!Selected Answer:! !

  • True!!Chapter 7!!Question 1!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Asian drama is almost always danced, chanted, mimed or sung!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 2!2 out of 2 points!True or False: In contrast with Kabuki, the Noh Drama is gaudy and exhilarating.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 3!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The early Christian church did not embrace theatre representations.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 4!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Japanese Noh Drama families have a tradition of passing down performance techniques.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 5!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The main origin theories are not universally accepted as fact.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Religion shares no similarities to theatre rituals!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The American Theatre fits mostly into a Northern Theatre tradition.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 8!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Because Chinese opera makes use of well-known stories the staging of such works focuses only on that story and not the celebration of performers' individual skills.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 9!0 out of 2 points!Asian dramatic forms most likely began in:!

  • !Selected Answer:! !Japan!Question 10!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Modern Japanese Noh Drama is produced primarily as a mass entertainment.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Theatrical performances almost certainly began in Europe.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Ancient dance-dramas first started on the African continent.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Ancient Greek actors were all men.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!0 out of 2 points!When empathy disappears we risk:!Selected Answer:! !Empathizing!Question 15!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Cocktail Party phrase #5 brings into question the authorship of Shakespeare's plays!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!0 out of 2 points!Renaissance Drama is best exemplified by the works of:!Selected Answer:! !Venti!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The original form of Sanskrit drama died out around the 8th century.!!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 18!0 out of 2 points!The Abydos Passion Play derives from:!Selected Answer:! !

  • Historicized reenactments of great battles!Question 19!0 out of 2 points!Of the 11 major forms of theatre, how many are considered Western forms?!Selected Answer:! !5!Question 20!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Many of the world's greatest plays are not closely based on preceding ones.!Selected Answer:! !True!!!Chapter 8!!Question 1!2 out of 2 points!True or False: It is usually accepted that playwright Henrik Ibsen is the "father of Realism."!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Metatheatre is a term used to describe times when theatre, itself, becomes part of the content of the play.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 3!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The Modern theatre has a very limited number of "isms" used to categorize work done in this period.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The first third of the 19th century saw great development of the "ism."!!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 5!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Bertolt Brecht is most identified with the Theatre of Alienation.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 6!0 out of 2 points!Scientific developments and thoughts held sway in the creation of the Modern Theatre.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 7!

  • 0 out of 2 points!True or False: The first movement of Modern Theatre is known as Naturalism.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 8!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Emile Zola is considered the leader of the Naturalism movement.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Brecht sought to use sentimentality as a means for impacting an audience.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: No matter how lifelike the final outcome any dramatic piece will require a certain amount of shaping and stylization.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!0 out of 2 points!Avant-garde is a French term literally meaning:!Selected Answer:! !Ahead of its time!Question 12!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Social concerns were focused on in "Problem Plays."!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The term "REAL" can be a difficult term to define clearly.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Put simply, the countermovement to Realism was Antirealism.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 15!2 out of 2 points!Naturalism was strongly influenced by the theories of:!Selected Answer:! !Darwin!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: An time of great political revolution served as an influence on the Modern Theatre.!

  • Selected Answer:! !True!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: There was actually a movement called Theatre of Cruelty!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 18!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Most traditional forms of theatre began to disappear under the influence of the Modern Theatre movement.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Stage designs during the advent of Realism were not influenced by the movement.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The Modern Theatre saw the most prolific creation during the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.!!Selected Answer:! !True!!!Chapter 9!!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The Book of Mormon is seen as being both groundbreaking and extremely popular.!!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The majority of Broadway's box-office income currently comes from musicals.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 3!0 out of 2 points!Verisimilitude means:!Selected Answer:! !The measurement of depth!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!

  • True or False: New York stands at the apex of musical creation.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 5!0 out of 2 points!What we now know that the Broadway musical has roots deep in:!Selected Answer:! !Comedy!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Some people like musicals and some people don't.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 7!2 out of 2 points!True or False: There doesn't seem to be a recent trend of turning movies into Broadway musicals.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 8!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Contemporary and Pop music still hasn't made their ways into the modern American musical.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 9!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Currently, due to the economy, only 40% of Broadway's box office comes from musicals.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The musicals that seem to meet with the most artistic success by today's standards integrate dance, singing, and story to help propel the plot.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 11!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Oklahoma dominated the 1921 Broadway season.!!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 12!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Musicals popularity aren't buoyed by the availability of cast recordings (or soundtracks.)!Selected Answer:! !False!

  • Question 13!2 out of 2 points!True or False: There was time in American history when the Broadway musical dominated the country's cultural life.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!0 out of 2 points!Name one of Stephen Sondheim's most controversial works.!!Selected Answer:! !Sweeney Todd!Question 15!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Musicals can only offer a treatment of subject matter that is serious in nature.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Alexander Webber has had the greatest influence on the modern musical.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Choreography's importance has waned during the last half century.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 18!2 out of 2 points!True or False: England is credited with creating the musical.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Shakespeare's plays often ended with a direct address to the audience.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Music has been attached in some way to most theatre throughout history.!Selected Answer:! !True!!!Chapter 10!!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!Denzel Washington appeared on Broadway in 2010 in what show?!

  • Selected Answer:! !"A Raisin in the Sun"!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The University of Illinois campus is host to at least 18 student run theatre groups.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 3!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Theatre of today often addresses issues of gender, race, class, sexual orientation and equality to name a few topics.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatre of today makes use of nudity, vulgarity, swearing and darkness.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 5!0 out of 2 points!A regional theatre would best be exemplified by:!Selected Answer:! !The Station Theatre in Urbana!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!True or False: World War II has had a great impact in shaping the theatre of today.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 7!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The "Open Theatre" was a product of the vision of Joseph Chaikin.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 8!2 out of 2 points!Theatre created from transcripts of real-life speeches and interviews is called:!Selected Answer:! !Verbatim theatre!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!Blue Man Group would be classified as:!Selected Answer:! !Movement Art and Dance-Theatre!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatre- a tool of live communication- has not responded quickly to a vast store of new subjects and fresh opportunities.!Selected Answer:! !False!

  • Question 11!2 out of 2 points!To see the differences in theatre today you must:!Selected Answer:! !All of these!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Theatre of today can happen in all sorts of spaces, not just theaters.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!Has the modern theatre made use of puppets?!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!0 out of 2 points!True or False: it is difficult to assess the theatre of today since we lack the benefit of time looking back in order to see patterns.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 15!2 out of 2 points!True or False: North America plays host to over 200 Shakespeare festivals.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Champaign and Urbana have no real community theatres thanks to the presence of the university.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatrical hierarchy means good can only happen at the top of the hierarchy and bad theatre happens only at the bottom of the hierarchy.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 18!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Most theatre today is found in cities.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The apex of the professional theatre hierarchy is Broadway.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 20!

  • 2 out of 2 points!Which of the following does your text list as a leader in theatre today?!Selected Answer:! !Yasmina Reza!!!Chapter 11!!!Question 1!0 out of 2 points!Denzel Washington appeared on Broadway in 2010 in what show?!Selected Answer:! !"A Raisin in the Sun"!Question 2!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The University of Illinois campus is host to at least 18 student run theatre groups.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 3!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Theatre of today often addresses issues of gender, race, class, sexual orientation and equality to name a few topics.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 4!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatre of today makes use of nudity, vulgarity, swearing and darkness.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 5!0 out of 2 points!A regional theatre would best be exemplified by:!Selected Answer:! !The Station Theatre in Urbana!Question 6!2 out of 2 points!True or False: World War II has had a great impact in shaping the theatre of today.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 7!0 out of 2 points!True or False: The "Open Theatre" was a product of the vision of Joseph Chaikin.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 8!2 out of 2 points!Theatre created from transcripts of real-life speeches and interviews is called:!Selected Answer:! !

  • Verbatim theatre!Question 9!2 out of 2 points!Blue Man Group would be classified as:!Selected Answer:! !Movement Art and Dance-Theatre!Question 10!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatre- a tool of live communication- has not responded quickly to a vast store of new subjects and fresh opportunities.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 11!2 out of 2 points!To see the differences in theatre today you must:!Selected Answer:! !All of these!Question 12!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Theatre of today can happen in all sorts of spaces, not just theaters.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 13!2 out of 2 points!Has the modern theatre made use of puppets?!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 14!0 out of 2 points!True or False: it is difficult to assess the theatre of today since we lack the benefit of time looking back in order to see patterns.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 15!2 out of 2 points!True or False: North America plays host to over 200 Shakespeare festivals.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 16!2 out of 2 points!True or False: Champaign and Urbana have no real community theatres thanks to the presence of the university.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 17!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The theatrical hierarchy means good can only happen at the top of the hierarchy and bad theatre happens only at the bottom of the hierarchy.!Selected Answer:! !

  • False!Question 18!0 out of 2 points!True or False: Most theatre today is found in cities.!Selected Answer:! !False!Question 19!2 out of 2 points!True or False: The apex of the professional theatre hierarchy is Broadway.!Selected Answer:! !True!Question 20!2 out of 2 points!Which of the following does your text list as a leader in theatre today?!Selected Answer:! !Yasmina Reza!!!