- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Desperate Love August 21, 2015
This naturalistic drama, which was first penned by Emile Zola, focuses on a young wife and her lover who conspire to brutally kill her husband.
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Desert Relationship August 19, 2015
This Sam Shepard play focuses on former lovers May and Eddie and their chance meeting in a Mohave Desert motel.
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: O’Neill’s Family Portrait August 17, 2015
O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize winning play that was produced after his death and focused very specifically on his family, and his mother’s drug addiction.
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Passion and a Three-Time Tony Winner August 14, 2015
He has won the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical three times, for Into the Woods, Falsettos, and Passion and the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Sunday in the Park with George. What is his name?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: They Keep Pulling Him Back August 12, 2015
Al Pacino has appeared in about a dozen Broadway shows. His next one will be David Mamet’s new play China Doll. His first Broadway appearance was in 1969. What play was he in?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Riding the Playboy Wave August 10, 2015
What Irish playwright wrote Riders to the Sea and The Playboy of the Western World?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Time Does Fly When the Rent Is Due July 31, 2015
How many minutes in a year and from what song in Rent do we get that fact?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: How High Is THAT corn? July 31, 2015
According to the lyric of “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,” how high is the corn and high tall might it grow?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: The Mystery of Rupert Holmes July 29, 2015
Rupert Holmes, the multi-talented artist, penned the Tony winning musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Holmes was first known as a pop singer/songwriter. His first international hit was “Timothy” recorded by the Buoys. What is “Timothy” about?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Amazing Grace Writer July 27, 2015
The musical Amazing Grace focuses on the man, who was the son of a slave trader, who penned that song. What is his name?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Not So Good to be the King July 17, 2015
In Shakespeare’s King Lear, which of his three daughters really does love him and is true to him?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: What a Riot! July 15, 2015
On May 10, 1949, the Astor Place Riot took place outside the Astor Opera House where a performance was to occur. There were more than 120 injured and 25 people we killed. What two feuding actors fueled the animosity for this night of violence?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Greg, Kate and…? July 13, 2015
In this A.R. Gurney play Greg finds a new companion, which upsets his wife, Kate. The name of that companion is the same as the title of the play. What’s the name?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Do You Like the View from that Bridge? July 10, 2015
Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, which will be revived on Broadway this season, was first a one-act play. What was the title of that play?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Born Yesterday, Really? July 9, 2015
Who played Billie Dawn in the original 1946 production of Born Yesterday?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Willis Will Do It March 28, 2015
Bruce Willis is going to make his Broadway debut in 2015. In what show will he be performing?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Try to Remember March 27, 2015
What year did The Fantasticks premiere in New York City?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Why NOT a Tony in 1975? March 26, 2015
The only time Death of a Salesman was not nominated for Tonys was for the 1975 Broadway production starring George C. Scott. Why was it not nominated?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Tennessee Williams’ Home Sweet Home March 20, 2015
Where was playwright Tennessee Williams born and where did he spend much of his childhood?
- Theatre Trivia Tweet: Hedwig Hails From? March 18, 2015
In Hedwig and the Angry Inch, in what country was the title character born?