Latest Audience Rewards Trivia (20 Apr 2012)

For anyone that does Audience Rewards (either for their points or for partner miles), I’ve post 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 10-12 per week. But, it is fun tracking down the answers and resets the expiry clock in your mileage programs.

In addition, for a limited time, Audience Rewards is providing a new member sign-up bonus of 500 points through this link.


  • Which of the following is the correct spelling? Kelli O’Hara
  • Which of the following countries has Chicago NOT been performed in since 1996? New Zealand
  • What musical has Mark Brokaw directed on Broadway? Cry-Baby
  • John Dossett, of Newsies, is married to what Broadway actress? Michelle Pawk
  • Besides, Mamma Mia!, which of the following musicals has songs by ABBA members? Chess


  • How are Andrew and Celia Keenan Bolger related? They are siblings
  • Who choreographed the revival of Evita? Rob Ashford
  • What is the name of Roxie’s victim in Chicago? Fred Casely
  • Who direccted the first show that Dick LaTessa was in on Broadway? George Abbott
  • In what year did the famous Newboys Strike depicted in Newsies occur? 1899
  • Who plays Magic Johnson in Magic/Bird? Kevin Daniels

US Airways:

  • What was the last play that Thomas Kail directed on Broadway? Lombardi
  • Dick Latessa, of The Lyons, was in all but which of the following films? The Bourne Identity
  • Where does Rosemary fantasize about moving with her future husband in How to Succeed Without Really Trying? New Rochelle
  • True or False? Christian Bale is reportedly NOT a fan of the Newsies film. True
  • How many shows has the director of Once directed on Broadway, not including Once? 0
  • Kevin Del Aguila, currently in Peter and the Starcatcher, wrote the book for what successful Off-Bway musical? Altar Boyz


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