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All Tickets Inc. Theatre Quiz
Shakespeare’s plays are an essential part of The Pearl Theatre Company’s repertory. Our Theatre Quiz looks at the Bard and his work. (The answers will be in next week’s newsletter.)
In Henry IV, Part 1 this drunken knight befriends Prince Hal. Although he dies in another play because Queen Elizabeth I so loved this character Shakespeare resurrected him writing a comedy about the knight. Who is he? (a) Sir Walter Blunt (b) Poins (c) Sir John Falstaff (d) John of Lancaster
In Twelfth Night who is convinced that Olivia loves him and makes a fool of himself in attempting to court her? (a) Sebastian (b) Sir Toby Belch (c) Malvolio (d) Feste
Where is Romeo and Juliet set? (a) Padua (b) London (c) Athens (d) Verona
In Macbeth who kills the Scot in battle? (a) Macduff (b) Malcolm (c) Seyton (d) Banquo
What were the two names of the theatre company of which Shakespeare was a part? (a) The Globe Players & Black Friar Company (b) Lord Walcott’s Men & Queen’s Men (c) Lord Chamberlain’s Men & King’s Men (d) Lord Revel’s Men & Globe Players
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The Pearl Theatre Company offers a full season of plays and is dedicated to bringing world classics to a growing audience. The company, which includes an ensemble of skilled and talented actors, specifically produces classic plays and specially written new works that are suited for the ensemble’s talents.
Shaw’s You Never Can Tell
The 30th anniversary season includes George Bernard Shaw’s You Never Can Tell (Sept 3 – Oct 13), the premiere four-time Tony Award-winner Terrence McNally’s highly anticipated And Away We Go (Nov 12 – Dec 15), Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential classic No Exit (Feb 25 – Mar 30, 2014), and Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s wonderful comedy of manners The Rivals (Apr 22 – May 25, 2014).
Henry IV, Part 1
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