Latest Audience Rewards Trivia (07 May 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. Can someone let me know if this is still working? The Audience Rewards partner that gave me the promotion is not answering my email of late.

Delta (NEW!):

  • In “The Cell Block Tango” each murderess has a word associated with her  crimes. Which of the following lists them in the order they are heard in  the song? Pop, Six, Squish, Uh Oh, Cicero, Lipschitz
  • Prior to Venus in Fur, what was the last play that Walter Bobbie directed on Broadway? Twentieth Century
  • What song did Bob Gaudio write immediately before The Four Seasons’ recorded for the first time? Sherry
  • What is the most recent musical that Dick LaTessa was in on Broadway? Promises, Promises
  • True or False? Leap of Faith does not use media on stage in the show – ie, computers, tv, etc. False

Starwood (NEW!):

  • In what famous sitcom did Linda Lavin star? Alice
  • True or False? With Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail wrote the closing rap for the 65th Tony Awards telecast on June 12, 2011. True
  • The opening of the second act of Peter and the Starcatcher features the cast dressed as what? Mermaids
  • What was the last show that Matthew Broderick was in on Broadway? The Philanthropist
  • What production company was behind Leap of Faith? Paramount

US Airways (NEW!):

  • What year did the novel of War Horse come out? 1982
  • Which of the following Broadway regulars is NOT in Nice Work If You Can Get It? Megan Hilty
  • Which of the following films was Janus Cercone NOT involved in? Death to Smoochie
  • Venus in Fur deals largely with which of the following issues? Masochism
  • True or False? Evita takes place entirely in one country. False
  • Where did Mamma Mia! originally premiere in the U.S.? San Francisco
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