Who said this about what in an interview published in March: “I was like ‘Oh my god, I’m going to have a brain hemorrhage if I just stay here for 30 more seconds.’”?

What happened this year on the Ides of March?

Which late night talk show presented Donald the Musical, with Tim Minchin on a swing singing “When I grow up, I will be president and build big walls, ban Muslims, play with Putin’s (bleep)”?

Of the six plays and musicals that opened on Broadway in March, three were revivals – The Glass Menagerie, Miss Saigon, and The Price – and three were new to Broadway: Come From Away by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Significant Other by Joshua Harmon, and Sweat by Lynn Nottage. Were the authors of the three original shows all making their Broadway debuts? *

Which performer made their Broadway debut in March?

There were New York productions that opened in March of work by each of the following great theater artists. Which one had more than one show open in March on Broadway or Off-Broadway?

The eighth Broadway production of The Glass Menagerie opened in March featuring Sally Field. What else did it feature?

Which play that opened in March featured an orgy?

Abigail Breslin, who was an Oscar nominee at age 10 for Little Miss Sunshine, performed in a play that opened this month in which she simulates sex with an older man on stage while eating a slice of pizza.

The Fantasticks, billed as the world’s longest-running musical, announced in March that it would close at the Jerry Orbach Theater in June. True or false, it’s been running continuously in New York since 1960. *

Which of the following well known performers appeared at one time or another in The Fantasticks?

Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, who died in March at the age of 87, was known primarily as a poet. But he was also involved in the theater. Which if any of the following is not true