Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Legend, and Tim Rice all won 2018 Emmy Awards in September for Jesus Christ Superstar Live -- and all three, as a result, are now among the 15 people in the world to have achieved competitive EGOT status (winning Emmys, Grammys, Oscars and Tonys.) Which musical theater composer is NOT among the 15?

Bernhardt/Hamlet, one of the two plays that opened on Broadway in September, stars Janet McTeer as the renowned 19th century French actress Sarah Bernhardt tackling the role of Hamlet. Which of the following do we see at some point on the stage of Roundabout’s American Airlines Theater?

Though in the play people are aghast that the actress would take on a male role, the actual Sarah Bernhardt made a point of performing what were called “trouser roles” from the very start of her career

Times Square Theater, built in 1920, is the final historic theater on 42nd Street to be redeveloped. What, as announced in September, is it slated to become?

The Nap, which opened on Broadway in September, features a one-armed trans woman gangster named Waxy Bush, who speaks in malapropisms (“I live in hope; I am nothing if not an optometrist.") True or false, the character is portrayed by the second trans woman actress currently performing on Broadway.

Which will be the most produced play or musical in non-profit theaters nationwide in the 2018-2019 season, according to a survey by American Theatre Magazine?

True or false: In The True, Edie Falco portrays Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand’s grandmother.

Which of the following plays that opened in September has the longest full title? (Some of those below are shortened)

Which title comes from a poem by Walt Whitman?

In which were there two complete casts, one of them a “shadow cast” signing their lines in American Sign Language?

All the following are coming to an end, as announced in September, EXCEPT

All the following shows are opening soon on Broadway, as announced in September, EXCEPT:

In honor of which of the following members of the theater community who died in September were all the theater marquees of Broadway dimmed?