Which of the Broadway shows scheduled to open in March actually opened before Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered Broadway shut down to curb the spread of the coronavirus?

Which of these seven shows announced in March (as did the revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”) that it would not resume performances when Broadway reopened for business?

Which of the seven started offering nightly mini-concerts on its Instagram account?

True or False. The day after Cuomo shut down the Broadway theaters, a performance on Friday the 13th of Taylor Mac’s The Fre at The Flea featured one cast member kissing and licking another cast member’s face, from chin to forehead, to wild applause.

Congress passed, and the president signed, a $2 trillion stimulus package called CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) that includes $75 million each for The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities to pass on to cultural institutions that need it. Who wrote “You could film a season of Westworld with that money; you will obviously not be able to restart an entire sector.”

Almost all arts organizations canceled the rest of their seasons. Which one committed to paying all individuals who were scheduled to work for them -- staffers, artists, independent contractors -- through to the end of its season?

Which received $25 million from CARES?

Which of the following theater awards announced in March that it will go on as scheduled, but online rather than on stage?

Times theater critics Ben Brantley and Jesse Green chose their personal Tony winners for the curtailed season. Which play did they both agree deserves the Tony for Best Play?

Which of the following online theater series existed before March?

Bach, Chopin, Ravel and Vivaldi were all born in March. So were four of the most successful living Broadway composers, two of them on the same day, two of them in the same year. Which of the four is the youngest?

True or False. On his 90th birthday, Stephen Sondheim sang the Happy Birthday song online to Andrew Lloyd Webber while washing his hands in his bathroom sink for 20 seconds.

“'Sondheim' itself is shorthand for erudite musical theater," Margaret Lyons wrote in one of a package of Times articles in March celebrating his birthday. But his presence in popular culture is remarkably widespread, including every one of the following television series (as Lyons points out.) In which one are episode titles based on Sondheim lyric?

Terrence McNally died in March at the age of 81. He was one of several people in the theater community (including actors Mark Blum and David Schramm, songwriter Adam Schlesinger and critic William Wolf) whose recent deaths were attributed to complications from the coronavirus. What was not true about him?