According to the Broadway League, the 2015-16 Broadway season that just ended drew 13,317,980 visitors (up 1.6 percent from 2015), and grossed $1.373 billion (up 0.6 percent from last year.) True or false, the average ticket price of $103.11 was down more than a dollar from last year.

It costs Broadway shows in the neighborhood of $200,000 to perform in the Tony Awards broadcast – neither CBS nor the Tony Awards pick up the tab. Which Tony-nominated show has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the money from the general public?

Which show that opened in May is not a sing-through musical?

Which of the following shows that opened in May did not involve theater artists who collaborated with Lin-Manuel Miranda on Hamilton?

The only musical written by Rodgers and Sondheim was presented at the City Center Encores series in May. What is it called?

American Psycho, Disaster, and Tuck Everlasting – all nominated for Tony Awards -- each announced that they would close before the Tony Awards ceremony taking place on June 12th. Including previews, which of the three lasted the longest?

The Tonys are far from the only theater awards crowding the calendar. There were three different NYC award ceremonies on May 23rd, the Lilly Awards, the Obies, and the Theatre World Awards. Which of the following attended all three, either to pick up an award or to present one.

Only one of the ten plays that make up August Wilson’s American Century Cycle has never been presented on Broadway. It will finally get there in December, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, according to an announcement by Manhattan Theatre Club in May. Which play is it?

In Turn Me Loose, which opened in May, Joe Morton portrays which comedian?

Which show that opened in May included somebody holding a jar said to contain some of Albert Einstein's brain in it?

Which movie star will star on stage for one night only in Sondheim/Lapine’s Sunday in the Park with George as a fundraiser in October?

Which Tony-nominated author said in May: “I start writing from a place of outrage. Hope and love are found along the way.”