Preparation Of A Shakespeare Play
Listen to a conversation between a student and a university theater manager.
- Why does the student visit the man?
- A. To find out how to apply for a special permit.
- B. To inform him that the senior class will be performing a Shakespeare play.
- C. To discuss details of a planned theater production.
- D. To ask questions about the authenticity of a Shakespeare performance.
- What does the student imply about the drama department’s productions?
- A. The drama department typically performs more traditional types of plays than the senior class does.
- B. More people will attend the senior class’s production than usually attend the drama department’s productions.
- C. The drama department has resources to support more elaborate productions than the senior class does.
- D. The senior class’s production was inspired by a drama department production.
- Why does the man mention an inspection and a fire marshal?
- A. To let the student know that her assumption about permits is wrong.
- B. To discourage the student from trying to get a permit.
- C. To inform the student that he has no control over the granting of permits.
- D. To explain how the drama department obtains permits for the use of candles onstage.
- How does the student feel about the idea of charging more for some seats than for others?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. It would make it hard for many students to afford to see the play.
- B. It would be difficult to justify in this particular theater.
- C. It would be a reasonable way to make up for the cost of the permit.
- D. It would authentically reflect practices in Shakespeare’s time.
- According to the student, what occurred during an intermission in Shakespeare’s time?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Refreshments were sold.
- B. Scenery was changed.
- C. Admission fees were collected
- D. Candles were replaced.
答案：C C B BD AD