Question: The song 'With a Little Bit of Luck' is in which musical?
Answer: My Fair Lady'
Question: The primary antagonist in the William Shakespeare play Othello is who?
Question: With whom did the woman from A Caseira e a Catarina make a pact to kill her husband and his lover?
Question: The line 'O, Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?' was said by which William Shakespeare character?
Question: Which of these musicals premiered first?
Question: Which William Shakespeare character was Prince of Tyre?
Question: Who killed Macbeth in the William Shakespeare play?
Question: Which William Shakespeare play features the character Sir Toby Belch?
Answer: Twelfth Night'
Question: The musical 'American Idiot' was written by which U.S. rock band?
Answer: Green Day
Question: The play 'The Importance of Being Earnest' was written in 1895 by who?
Answer: Oscar Wilde
Question: Which musical does Tracy Turnblad appear?
Question: The play 'The History Boys' was written by who?
Answer: Alan Bennett
Question: Which play by Arthur Miller is a comment on McCarthyism?
Answer: The Crucible'
Question: Brazilian playwright and author Joao Silverio Trevisan is the founder of Brazil's first what?
Answer: Gay rights organization
Question: A clown called Touchstone appears in which William Shakespeare play?
Answer: As You Like It
Question: In what year did one of Brazil's greatest playwrights in history, Ariano Suassuna die?
Question: The classic song 'Memory' features in which Andrew Lloyd Webber musical?
Question: The wigs in Bunraku are called what?
Question: In William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, what is the name of the Queen of the Fairies?
Question: The J. B. Priestley play 'An Inspector Calls' was first performed in what year?
Question: Why was the powerful colonel in the play O Rico Avarento being arrested by the Chief of Hell?
Answer: Because of his sins
Question: At what age did Brazilian playwright Martins Pena lose his father?
Question: Arthur Miller wrote what screenplay for his wife Marilyn Monroe?
Answer: The Misfits'
Question: Opening in 2009 and running every year since which rock band had a musical entitled American Idiot?
Answer: Green Day
Question: William Shakespeare wrote how many sonnets?
Question: In the popular marionette show, what is the name of Mr. Punch's wife?
Question: The play 'Green Grow The Lilacs' was adapted to which Rodgers and Hammerstein musical?
Question: The play 'The Importance of Being Earnest' premiered in what year?
Question: Who was the main character in Goncalves Dias' play Patkull?
Question: The New Jerusalem theatre hosts an outdoor performance which tells the history of what?
Answer: Death and Resurrection of Jesus
Question: How many plays did William Shakespeare write?
Question: Aristophanes originally wrote his plays in what language?
Question: William Shakespeare's shortest play is what?
Answer: The Comedy of Errors'
Question: Cooking with nose of Turk and Tartar's lips features in which William Shakespeare play?
Question: The 2002 film adaptation of 'The Importance of Being Earnest' starred which of these actors?
Answer: Colin Firth
Question: The character Sally Bowles appears in which musical?
Question: The 2012 Tony Award for Best Musical winner was what?
Question: Which of these was one of the World War I smash hits that defined the music of the era?
Answer: Chu Chin Chow'
Question: What is the Honbutai?
Answer: The main stage
Question: In which of Shakespeare's works do we meet a character named Shylock?
Answer: The Merchant of Venice
Question: William Shakespeare wrote how many plays?
Question: At what age did Brazilian director Olayr Coan die in a car accident on the way to his hometown?
Question: The play 'Waiting for Godot' was written by who?
Answer: Samuel Beckett
Question: Which musical features the song 'Schadenfreude'?
Answer: Avenue Q'
Question: The music of the Four Seasons is celebrated in which of these musicals?
Answer: Jersey Boys'
Question: Which author wrote the play 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'?
Answer: Edward Albee
Question: Which of these dates is widely celebrated as William Shakespeare's birthday?
Answer: 23rd April
Question: Three witches appear in which William Shakespeare play?
Question: Which of these musicals is an adaptation of a 1988 John Waters film?
Question: In what year did Brazilian playwright Oduvaldo Vianna Filho finish his best play Rasga coracao?
Answer: Few days before his death
Question: William Shakespeare wrote about which of these Scottish kings?
Question: The Book of Mormon' premiered in what year?
Question: How many wives did Brazilian playwright Nelson Falcao Rodrigues have?
Question: Playwright director Augusto Boal died at the age of 78 after a long battle with what disease?
Question: Long Day's Journey into Night' was written by which dramatist?
Answer: Eugene O'Neill
Question: A spell that puts a donkey's head on his shoulders was inflicted on which Shakespeare character?
Question: Which of these actors was due to appear in the musical 'Aspects of Love' but had to drop out?
Answer: Roger Moore
Question: Considered the most beautiful and most important, where is the Teatro Municipal located?
Answer: Rio de Janeiro
Question: London's Mermaid Theatre was founded by which actor?
Answer: Bernard Miles
Question: In what year did Brazilian author of numerous theatrical plays Plinio Marcos die?
Question: The opera 'Madame Butterfly' was the inspiration for which musical?
Answer: Miss Saigon'
Question: Which William Shakespeare play does the line 'To be or not to be' come from?
Question: Which theatre character was known as the demon barber of Fleet Street?
Answer: Sweeny Todd
Question: Which William Shakespeare character was the father of Goneril, Regan and Cordelia?
Answer: King Lear
Question: The play 'The Book of Mormon' was written by the creators of which of these TV shows?
Answer: South Park'
Question: Which of these people died in the Republic Museum and theatre, Catete Palace?
Answer: Getulio Vargas
Question: The skull of the character Yorick appears in which of William Shakespeare's plays?
Question: The play 'Uncle Vanya' was written by who?
Answer: Anton Chekhov
Question: By the opinion of Brazilian Critics, Ariano Suassuna's O Santo e a Porca is considered as a what?
Answer: His second best play
Question: The play Ya-no-Ne begins with the hero sharpening what?
Answer: A giant arrow
Question: Arthur Smith wrote a play about an evening with which footballer?
Answer: Gary Lineker
Question: Which of these famous ancient Greeks was NOT a playwright?
Question: The musical term ralentando means what?
Answer: Getting slower
Question: In which year did snooker's World Championship begin its residence at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre?
Question: The 'Waltz of the Flowers' can be heard in which ballet?
Answer: The Nutcracker'
Question: The classical composer Malcolm Arnold was what nationality?
Question: Which country does the dance called chaconne originate from?
Question: The play 'The 39 Steps' was written by who?
Answer: Patrick Barlow
Question: When was the first ever stage production of Les Miserables?
Question: Which of these singing voices comes below tenor?
Question: The play 'Tamburlaine the Great' was written by who?
Answer: Christopher Marlowe
Question: Which form of music made Billie Holiday popular?
Question: The word 'thespian' is another name for which theater professional?
Question: Jimi Hendrix was famous for which instrument?
Question: The book of the play 'Urinetown' was written by who?
Answer: Greg Kotis
Question: Cats' started its run in the West End in what year?
Question: The original name of the ballet Les Sylphides was what?
Question: The play adaptation of the novel 'Gigi' was written by who?
Answer: Anita Loos
Question: The plays 'Equus' and 'Amadeus' were written by who?
Answer: Peter Shaffer
Question: When did Phantom of the Musical opera open in London?
Question: The typical 2 hour play has how many acts?
Question: Which character who dies in the original Dickens novel survives in the musical 'Oliver!'?
Question: Which year did the musical Singing in the Rain open?
Question: The musical 'Love Never Dies' is a sequel to what?
Answer: The Phantom of the Opera'
Question: Franz Schubert's 'Unfinished' was what type of work?
Question: After which founder of the School of Dramatic Art was the Teatro Alfredo Mesquita named?
Answer: Alfredo Mesquita
Question: The Book of Mormon' won how many Tony Awards?
Question: The Lady Bracknell line 'A handbag?' features in which play?
Answer: The Importance of Being Earnest'
Question: Which of these was a fairly short-lived 80s musical?
Answer: Big River
Question: Emma Orczy created which fictional hero?
Answer: Scarlet Pimpernel
Question: The songs 'You Are For Loving' and 'Over the Bannister' feature in which musical?
Answer: Meet Me in St. Louis'
Question: In which year was Broadway musical 'Chicago' first shown?
Question: Premiering in New York in 1967, which musical became famous for the amount of nudity involved?
Question: The 2002 film adaptation of 'The Importance of Being Earnest' starred which of these actresses?
Answer: Reese Witherspoon
Question: Which of the following was the name of one of the girls from 'Cabaret'?
Question: What color flag advertised comedies at the Elizabethan Globe Theatre?
Question: The Caretaker' was written by who in 1960?
Answer: Harold Pinter
Question: Which Andrew Lloyd Webber musical features the classic song 'Memory'?
Question: Jean Baptiste Poquelin was the birth name of which playwright?
Question: In 2001, which actress made her Shakespearian stage debut in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'?
Answer: Dawn French
Question: Which form of music made Maria Callas famous?
Question: The character Willy Loman features in which Arthur Miller play?
Answer: Death of a Salesman'
Question: Miss Hannigan appears as a character in which musical?
Question: In which country was the play 'Hedda Gabler' first performed?
Question: William Shakespeare's 'A Comedy of Errors' was inspired by which play by Plautus?
Question: When did the musical Oh! Calcutta debut?
Question: The composer Beethoven had what first name?
Question: Which famous 2004 play focuses on religious misconduct?
Question: Thomas More is the subject of which of these plays?
Answer: A Man for All Seasons'
Question: The play The 39 Steps premiered in which city?
Question: For his part in which play was Daniel Radcliffe nominated for a Drama Desk Award?
Question: Which musical was based on a Harold Gray comic strip?
Question: What musical did the song 'Memory@ come from?
Question: From which country was the King in 'The King and I'?
Question: Which year did Billy Joel make his UK live debut at London's Dury Lane Theatre?
Question: Which of these was the longest-running musical in history for a brief time?
Answer: Jesus Christ Superstar'
Question: When did Annie first premier in Broadway?
Question: Classical composer Joseph Haydn died in which city?
Question: Which modern play features suspicious nun in a 1960's Catholic school?
Question: When did Guys and Dolls premier on Broadway?
Question: The play The 39 Steps premiered in what year?
Question: The play 'Urinetown' premiered in what year?
Question: The classic song 'If I Were a Rich Man' appears in which musical?
Answer: Fiddler on the Roof'
Question: Which of these plays was written by Henrik Ibsen?
Answer: A Doll's House'
Question: The famous 'Hallelujah Chorus' was composed by who?
Answer: George Frideric Handel
Question: Miss Saigon' premiered in Drury Lane, London in 1989, but how many performances were put on there before it closed?
Question: Which ancient Greek play tells a story of a mother killing her children out of revenge?
Question: The play 'The Mousetrap' opened in London in what year?
Question: In which musical did Meat Loaf appear in?
Question: Rum Tum Tugger is a character in which show?
Question: What musical is based in New York City's lower East Side and features struggling artists and musicians?
Question: The lyrics for the musical 'Starlight Express' were written by who?
Answer: Richard Stilgoe
Question: Which of these shows premiered in London in July 1970?
Answer: Oh! Calcutta'
Question: The character called Shylock appears in which William Shakespeare play?
Answer: The Merchant of Venice'
Question: The plays 'Three Sisters' and 'The Cherry Orchard' were written by who?
Answer: Anton Chekhov
Question: In the musical Oliver, who was Bill Sykes Mistress?
Question: Where did Prince Charles first show Camilla Parker-Bowles off?
Question: The play 'Sleuth' was written by who?
Answer: Anthony Shaffer
Question: The character Nessarose is featured in which show?
Question: Which play won the Obie award for best new American play in 2009?
Question: Where does Mamma Mia take place?
Question: Which film was NOT scored by musical team Tomandandy?
Question: How would you categorize the film 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'?
Question: From which musical does the song 'Old Man River' come?
Question: In which musical do Julie Jordan Bigelow, Aunt Nettie, Carrie Pipperidge, and Enoch Snow sing about attending a real nice clambake?
Question: Which of the following does Cassie NOT need in 'A Chorus Line'?
Answer: The Steps
Question: The musical 'Starlight Express' was famously performed on roller-skates, but what other form of transport was the musical about?
Question: The name of which play is viewed as bad luck to say in a theater?
Question: What musical features a character named Sophie?
Answer: Mama Mia
Question: What is Britain's most famous theatre district?
Answer: West End
Question: In which US state is Andy Williams' 'Moon River Theatre' ?
Question: What is the name of the tomboy in 'West Side Story'?
Question: What type of dancing would you see if you went to see Billy Elliott?
Question: What is the scene before the first act of a play called?
Question: 80s broadway musical 'La Cage aux Folles' is set in which country?
Question: What is the scene after the last act of a play called?
Question: Which Dreamworks film had a theatre-based musical adaption?
Question: What sort of films did Will Hay appear in back in the 30s and 40s?
Question: In which Japanese City is Madame Butterfly set?
Question: Which place in America is also the name of a famous Musical?
Question: Which of Shakespeare's plays has a line 'Double, double toil and trouble'?
Question: The character of Romeo in the play 'Romeo and Juliet' belonged to which family?
Question: In which show is there a character named Herbie?
Question: What does the 'M' in 'MIDI', a system developed in the 80s, stand for?
Question: Which famous musical is set in Berlin just prior to the last war?
Question: Which animated Disney film featuring songs by Phil Collins has a Broadway musical version?
Question: What musical has the following lyrics: 'Mama, thinks I'm living in a convent. A secluded little convent in the southern part of France.'
Question: At the 2004 Tony Awards, which theater production won 'Best Musical'?
Answer: Avenue Q
Question: What Musical features students from Rydell High?
Question: What is name of a play that begins early in the day called?
Question: Which famous composer is the play 'Amadeus' about?
Question: Catherine Johnson wrote which musical?
Answer: Mamma Mia
Question: In 'Little Shop of Horrors,' what is the occupation of Audrey's boyfriend?
Question: Which Musical includes the song 'I'd do anything'?
Question: Which railway station is situated most closely to the Old Vic theatre?
Question: From which musical does the Liverpool F C anthem, 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come from?
Question: Where is the Ulster Bank Theatre Festival held?
Question: Where does Conor McPherson's 2006 play 'The Seafarer' take place?
Question: Which cat is known as the Napoleon of crime in 'CATS'?
Question: Which popular play did Patrick Marber write that later became a film staring Julia Roberts and Jude Law?
Question: Which play focuses on misconduct between a teacher and a student?
Question: Which facial feature was Cyrano de Bergerac known for in the play by Edmond Rostand?
Answer: Big nose
Question: Which song from 'Footloose' (the movie) was not part of the stage version?
Question: Where would you find a 'cerge'?
Question: Which English king is the main character of the Broadway play 'The Lion in Winter'?
Answer: Henry II
Question: Who said 'I'm not living with you. We occupy the same cage, that's all' in one of Tennessee William's plays?
Question: What musical does the song 'Don't cry for me Argentina' come from?
Question: Which George Bernard Shaw play was transformed into 'My Fair Lady'?
Question: Shakespeare's play 'Romeo and Juliet' takes place in which city?
Question: John Kander wrote the music for which musical?