Latest Audience Rewards Trivia (25 Oct 2011)

Here is the latest round of questions on Audience Rewards for Delta, Starwood and US Airways. New questions are posted (roughly) each week and are typically worth 2 Audience Rewards points + 2 partner points/miles. Occasionally, there is a 20 point/mile question; though it does not appear for everyone and is available only for a short time. So watch out for those. This is not a way to gain a bunch of points. It’s like 10 per week. But, it is fun tracking down the answers and resets the expiry clock in your mileage programs.


  • (2+2) The current Simba in Broadway’s The Lion King has been in what other Broadway production? Les Miserables
  • (2+2) When Billy Elliot closes on Broadway, how many years will it have been playing (approximately)? 2 1/2 years
  • (2+2) True or False? The tour of The Addams Family has been changed from the Broadway production – new songs, new plotpoints, etc. True
  • (2+2) The office building in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is on what street in NYC? Park Avenue
  • (2+2) True or False? When Gary Coleman died, the various Avenue Q shows performances that evening were dedicated to the actor’s memory. True


  • (2+2) Memphis takes place in what time period? 1950’s
  • (2+2) True or False? The actors in Relatively Speaking are NOT responsible for knowing more than one role. False
  • (2+2) True or False? There is NO intermission in Freud’s Last Session. True
  • (2+2) Where was Angela Bassett born? New York City
  • (2+2) Daniel Radcliffe was how old when he made his Broadway debut? 19
  • (2+2) What is Mrs. Wilkinson’s daughter’s name in Billy Elliot? Debbie

US Airways:

  • (2+2) Constantine Maroulis is from where? New York
  • (2+2) The original Spiderman comics were written by whom? Stan Lee & Steve Ditko
  • (2+2) The women in Lysistrata Jones are what? Cheerleaders
  • (2+2) In what year did the movie version of The Lion King come out? 1994
  • (2+2) True or False? None of the three Billy Elliot’s in the original production had ever been in the London production. False
  • (2+2) What was the first show that Rob Ashford directed on Broadway? Promises, Promises

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