The Hamilton cast recording won a Grammy in February for Best Musical Theater Album. What is not true about its win?

Which of the following Oscar-nominated Broadway veterans won a 2016 Academy Award?

Which of those Oscar-nominated actors co-wrote and performs in a play that opened in New York in February?

True or false, 2016 leading actress Oscar nominees Cate Blanchett and Saoirse Ronan are both scheduled to debut on Broadway this year.

Which Tony-winning actress appeared in a Super Bowl commercial in February, saying, “If you drive drunk, you — simply put — are a short sighted, utterly useless, oxygen wasting, human form of pollution, a Darwin-award deserving, selfish coward. If your brain was donated to science, science would return it.” -- and then finished the spot by drinking from a bottle of beer?

Which Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright did not author a show that opened on a New York stage in February?

Which play that opened in February contains a character with Alzheimer’s?

In what play that opened in February did a character experiencing a decline in their middle class standard of living say “Don’tcha think it should cost less to be alive?”

Thirty-five years after playing Peter Pan on Broadway, Sandy Duncan returned to the same Broadway theater in February to perform in Finding Neverland as Madame Du Maurier, the grandmother of the boys who inspired J.M. Barrie’s children’s story – and departed the show after five performances.

The Woodsman, which opened Off-Broadway in February, tells the back story of which character in the Wizard of Oz?

Which performer has been given a gun, and cast in the TV series Quantico?

Who will soon take over the male lead of An American in Paris, as was announced in February?

Harper Lee, the author of To Kill A Mockingbird, died in February at age 89. True or false, it had been announced earlier in the month that her novel was being adapted for Broadway by Aaron Sorkin, author of A Few Good Men and The Social Network.