How Well Do You Know History... As Taught in Musical Theatre?
All the best history lessons come from musicals when you're a theatre fan. Test your history in musical theatre knowledge with this quiz!
The death of which general was a triggering point for a protesting mob of workers and students in 1832 Paris, France?
True or false: Eva Perón was the first female vice president of Argentina.
Who assassinated US President James A. Garfield in 1881?
Newfoundland tradition involves visitors kissing which item to be get the experience of being a Newfoundlander?
The cave that Floyd Collins died in was in which Kentucky town?
Leo Frank was the manager of which type of factory in Marietta, Georgia at the turn of the century?
Where had Thomas Jefferson been before coming home to America in 1789?
What were the shanty towns that sprung up during the worst of The Great Depression called?
In 1916, Emma Goldman gave a famous speech to nearly 3,000 people at which famed NYC location?
Silent film star Mabel Normand had a tumultuous affair with which early film director?
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