A Leap Day question. True or false: The only known Broadway show with “Leap” in its title opened within the past decade during a Leap Year

What play was presented for free to 18,000 public school students at Madison Square Garden one day in February, which producers claimed as the largest audience for a straight (non-musical) play ever?

Which (if any) of these events did NOT happen?

Spike Lee, who previously filmed the Broadway productions of Passing Strange and Freak, has been hired to film David Byrne’s American Utopia, which closed in February. Lee was also the MC for the Madison Square Garden play. True or false, he has never directed a show on Broadway.

Harvey Weinstein, a seminal figure in the #MeToo movement, was found guilty in a New York court in February of two of five counts of sexual assault. True or false: Although best known for his movies, the 67-year-old producer has been involved in more than 40 Broadway shows over the past 20 years.

"West Side Story" was the only show to open on Broadway in February, to mixed reviews. Ben Brantley in the New York Times called the show “curiously unaffecting” and wrote “we might have stumbled into a casting call for a Calvin Klein fragrance ad.” True or false: The producers of West Side Story took out a full page ad in the New York Times with quotes from the Times praising the musical – none of which were from Brantley’s review.

Two musicals that opened Off-Broadway in February -- a reimagined production of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," and a musical adaptation of the children’s book "She Persisted," both implicitly referenced which current Presidential candidate?

Each of the following was the main subject of a show that opened Off-Broadway in February. Which was accompanied by a live rock band? The show about….

While none of the four Oscar-winning performers at the 92nd annual Academy Awards in February had ever starred on Broadway, there were Broadway veterans who won in two other categories. One of them was Elton John for original song. In which other category was an Oscar awarded to a Broadway veteran this year?

Which social media platform is “absolutely shaping the theatre industry,” according to a February article in American Theatre magazine.

Kirk Douglas died in February at the age of 103. He was known primarily as a movie star, appearing in more than 80 films over six decades. But he was also a veteran of eight Broadway shows. Which of the following was not one of his Broadway shows, but he did appear in the movie adaptation of it?