True or False: Broadway attendance in the 2018–2019 season that just ended topped those of the ten professional New York and New Jersey sports teams combined.

“Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune,” starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon, was the only show to open on Broadway in May, and the first of the 2019-2020 Broadway season. Who played Frankie in the original 1987 New York production?

Which show won the 2019 best play award from the Drama League, Drama Critics Circle, AND the Outer Critics Circle?

In presenting an Outer Critics Circle Award to this actor, Tina Fey said their role required “the gravitas of a president, the emotional fluidity of a lunatic, and the stamina of a porn star.”

Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy, which together chronicle Ireland’s violent struggle for independence from the British, are considered the playwright’s greatest work. They are currently being performed in repertory at the Irish Repertory Theatre. According to the theater databases, when was the last time The Shadow of A Gunman, Juno and the Paycock, and The Plough and the Stars were presented in repertory in New York, on or Off Broadway?

“Avenue Q” bid farewell in May, the Tony-winning musical, having played in New York for 16 years. Although most of the show’s characters are puppets, the songwriting team of Bobby Lopez and Jeff Marx said they based much of their lyrics on their personal experiences. Lopez said he was thinking of his then-girlfriend when he wrote ‘There’s a fine, fine line between love/ And a waste of time,’ ” True or false: He wound up marrying that girlfriend and together they wrote the songs for Frozen.

In the finale of the eight-episode FX TV series Fosse Verdon, which theater artist made a cameo portraying the actor who portrayed the Bob Fosse character in the semi-autobiographical movie “All That Jazz”?

True or False, Nicole Fosse, the daughter of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, was in the original cast of The Phantom of the Opera.

What playwright was made an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts at New York University’s Commencement in May? NYU Prof (and playwright) Kristoffer Diaz read the citation, which said in part, “one of theatre’s greatest contemporary playwrights, you have created over the past half-century an eclectic and prolific body of work—literally scores of plays, musicals, opera libretti, and scripts for film and television. Your razor wit and complexities of character largely explain how you created theatre that functions as family, launched the careers of great actors, and helped audiences cope with the AIDS crisis that engulfed them.”

Which of the following performers who died in May was a veteran of Broadway