2.What was typical of theatrical productions in the United States before the 1860s? Click on 2 answers
A. The productions originated outside of the United States.
B. Only a limited segment of society attended the productions.
C. People attended the productions because they were interested in the plots.
D. The themes of the productions were typically related to the upper class.
3.According to the professor, what was a reason for a change in theatrical productions in the United States during the 1860s?
A. A growing middle class was in need of entertainment.
B. Wealthy theater advocates provided additional funding for new productions.
C. The interest of theatergoers shifted from opera to ballet.
D. A new artistic movement was founded by a group of actors.