A film of the stage musical Hamilton debuted on Disney+ July 3. True or false: More than 500,000 people downloaded the Disney+ mobile app that weekend.

What other Lin-Manuel Miranda-connected project was the subject of a film on Hulu in July?

In an apparent effort to hold onto the theater lovers who subscribed to the service in order to see Hamilton, Disney+ is developing a film adaptation of which other Broadway musical, according to the Hollywood Reporter?

Which Broadway composer won an Emmy in July for a song on a television program, and thus became the 16th person ever to hold an EGOT – winners of competitive Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards?

All of the following won Obies at the 65th annual Obie Awards, held virtually in July after two delays. Which of these was for lifetime achievement?

True or false. A theater critic got an Obie this year.

The 22nd annual Broadway Barks was renamed Broadway Barks across America because this year for the first time it was online, with Broadway stars presenting their pets from home. True or false, Andy Karl and Orfeh said they use their dogs as scene partners.

True or false. Andrew Lloyd Webber sent a cease-and-desist letter to Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign over using his song, “Memory,” at political rallies — an action that Betty Buckley had been urging for a while.

Both the Public Theater’s original play “The Line” and Theatre of War’s production of Sophocles’ “Ajax” were used to highlight what group currently in the news?

The National Theatre ended its weekly streams of recorded productions in July after having presented 16 of them since April. Of the three that ran in July, which was written by Lorraine Hansberry, best known for A Raisin in the Sun?

The following have been among the most consistent producers of online theater (often world premieres) during the shutdown. Which presented one-time livestreams of both MacArthur “Genius” Samuel D. Hunter’s The Few and Pulitzer finalist Will Arbery’s Heroes of the Fourth Turning, with their original Off-Broadway casts?

Most of New York’s annual summer festivals canceled their season. But all of the following reimagined theirs. Which one presented a play as a radio drama on WNYC and then as a podcast?

Olivia de Havilland died in July at the age of 104, the last of the movie stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood. But de Havilland also performed in three plays on Broadway – in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in 1951; in Shaw’s Candida in 1952; and in Garson Kanin’s “A Gift of Time” in 1962. Which of her Hollywood co-stars was her co-star in the Gift of Time, portraying a terminally ill man who has decided to live his remaining days as fully as he can?

Nick Cordero, a Tony-nominated Broadway musical theater actor, died in July at the age of 41 after a three-month battle with COVID-19 that the public followed through the Instagram postings of his wife Amanda Kloots. What is not true (if anything) about the aftermath?