Latest Audience Rewards Trivia (16 Mar 2012)

For anyone that does Audience Rewards (either for their points or for partner miles), I’ve decided to start posting the questions and answers as I get them. New questions are posted 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 6-10 per week. But, it is fun tracking down the answers and resets the expiry clock in your mileage programs.

Delta: (NEW!)

  • What played in the Marquis Theatre last before the Evita revival? Follies
  • Which of the folllowing shows played in the theatre now known as the Al Hirschfeld when it was still known as the Martin Beck Theatre? Sweet Smell of Success
  • Leap of Faith centers on a con man posing as what? A man of faith
  • True or False? Gore Vidal’s, The Best Man, is a new play. False
  • Which of the following films was Hugh Dancy NOT in? Marley and Me


  • True or False? Al Hirschfeld was alive to see the Martin Beck Theatre renamed in his honor. False
  • In what year did Jersey Boys win the Tony Award for Best New Musical? 2006
  • A Streetcar Named Desire takes place in what city? New Orleans
  • In what year did the film version of Leap of Faith come out? 1992
  • Which of the following plays did Gore Vidal’s The Best Man director, Michael Wilson, also direct? Dividing the Estate

US Airways:

  • Which Broadway production of A Streetcar Named Desire on Broadway had the longest run on record? The Original Broadway Production
  • What actor starred in the film version of Leap of Faith? Steve Martin
  • True or False? Gore Vidal has had a few pen names in his time as a writer. True
  • Hugh Dancy is from what country? England
  • True or False? Andrew Lloyd Webber opposed casting the title role in Jesus Christ Superstar from a reality show. False
  • Who wrote a rather scathing letter to the editor of the NY Times in 2011 about the revival of Porgy and Bess? Stephen Sondheim


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